Raimund Saar

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Two alpha-bungarotoxin-sensitive nicotinic receptor subtypes in cockroach neurons are identified as desensitizing (nAChD), selectively inhibitable with 100 nM imidacloprid, and non-desensitizing (nAChN), selectively inhibitable with 100 pM methyllycaconitine. Although the desensitization rate of nAChD receptors is highly variable, pharmacology is largely(More)
Living biological systems are well ordered by the input of energy throughout any organism's lifetime. The result is that organisms are com­ posed of a fairly unchanging set of bi­ ological molecules, such as fatty acids, proteins, nucleic acids, and hormones, many of which are known to the last atom. Their reactivities can be repro­ duced in the laboratory.(More)
Immune cells express powerful and harmful effectors that require tight regulation. Heterotrimeric G proteins are critical mediators in translating extracellular signals into cell responses, which need a fine-tuned regulation for the control of cell activation. Regulator of G-protein signalling 16 (RGS16) has been identified as a key factor of G(More)
www.ephysinnovation.com Electrophysiology Innovation Partnership e.V. Markwiesenstr. 55 72770 Reutlingen, Germany info@ephysinnovation.com Workshop Coordinators: H. R. Polder, npi electronic GmbH, support@npielectronic.com I. Herzberg, ALA Scientific Instruments ianh@alascience.com Pharmacology of two nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subtypes on insect CNS(More)
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