Budded baculovirus particles as a source of membrane proteins for radioligand binding assay: The case of dopamine D1 receptor.

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INTRODUCTION G-protein-coupled receptors have become very important drug targets and therefore ligand binding assays for these receptors are an essential part of drug discovery. Among a variety of experimental systems, the radioligand binding assay has remained as one of the main methods in this field for decades. Usually cell membranes or tissues are used… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.vascn.2017.04.004

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@article{Allikalt2017BuddedBP, title={Budded baculovirus particles as a source of membrane proteins for radioligand binding assay: The case of dopamine D1 receptor.}, author={Anni Allikalt and Ago Rinken}, journal={Journal of pharmacological and toxicological methods}, year={2017}, volume={86}, pages={81-86} }