A(2b) adenosine receptors can change their spots.


Recently, a central role for the A(2b) adenosine receptor in a variety of cardiovascular functions including inflammation, erectile function, coronary artery dilation, asthma and cardioprotection has been demonstrated. Despite this evidence, the low-affinity A(2b) adenosine receptor is still poorly understood. This receptor appears to be very promiscuous in… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1476-5381.2010.00668.x



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@article{Cohen2010A2bAR, title={A(2b) adenosine receptors can change their spots.}, author={Michel Cohen and Xiulan Q Yang and James M. Downey}, journal={British journal of pharmacology}, year={2010}, volume={159 8}, pages={1595-7} }