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(S)-Albuterol increases intracellular free calcium by muscarinic receptor activation and a phospholipase C-dependent mechanism in airway smooth muscle.
- S. Mitra, M. Uğur, O. Uğur, H. Goodman, J. Mccullough, H. Yamaguchi
- BiologyMolecular pharmacology
- 1 March 1998
The results suggest that (S)-albuterol may cross-react with muscarinic receptors, and may have profound clinical implications as a Ca2+ agonist in airway smooth muscle.
Posttranslational Processing of the Neurotensin/Neuromedin‐N Precursor
- R. Carraway, S. Mitra, Glen Spaulding
- BiologyAnnals of the New York Academy of Sciences
- 1 October 1992
This short summary reviews some of the recent efforts to gather information pertaining to a few of these issues regarding precursor processing for neurotensin and neuromedin N.
Synergistic effects of neurotensin and beta-adrenergic agonist on 3,5-cyclic adenosine monophosphate accumulation and DNA synthesis in prostate cancer PC3 cells.
Neurotensin receptor expression in prostate cancer cell line and growth effect of NT at physiological concentrations
This study examines NT secretion, NT receptor and NT‐growth responses in androgen‐independent prostatic carcinoma (PC3) cells derived from prostate adenocarcinoma metastatic to bone.
Binding and biologic activity of neurotensin in guinea pig ileum
Neurotensin enhances agonist-induced cAMP accumulation in PC3 cells via Ca2+-dependent adenylyl cyclase(s)
High Affinity Binding of 125I-Neurotensin to Dispersed Cells from Chicken Liver and Brain
Structure of a biologically active neurotensin-related peptide obtained from pepsin-treated albumin(s).
The use of radioimmunoassay to compare the tissue and subcellular distributions of neurotensin and neuromedin N in the cat.
Results demonstrate the presence of a peptide similar to porcine NMN in extracts of feline brain, adrenal, and small intestine and its association with signaling vesicle-like particles, as identified by electron microscopy.
Differential processing of neurotensin/neuromedin N precursor(s) in canine brain and intestine.