[The G protein-coupled protease receptor PAR (protease-activated receptor) as a novel target for drug development].

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The protease-activated receptor (PAR) is the family of G protein-coupled, seven transmembrane domain receptors, currently consisting of four members, PARs 1-4. The activation of PARs occurs by proteolytic unmasking of the N-terminal cryptic receptor-activating tethered ligand. In the past decade since the cloning of PAR-1, physiological roles that PARs play… (More)

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