A new octopamine receptor class in locust nervous tissue, the octopamine 3 (OA3) receptor.

@article{Roeder1992ANO,
  title={A new octopamine receptor class in locust nervous tissue, the octopamine 3 (OA3) receptor.},
  author={Thomas Roeder},
  journal={Life sciences},
  year={1992},
  volume={50 1},
  pages={
          21-8
        }
}
The insect neuronal 3H-octopamine binding site represents a new type of octopamine receptor. This receptor has pharmacological features that are characteristic for all known octopamine receptors, but it is possible to distinguish this receptor class from all others using either agonists or antagonists. The quantitative determination of the pharmacological relationships to the other octopamine receptor classes could demonstrate greatest homology with both class 2 (OA2A and OA2B) receptors… CONTINUE READING

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