Chromosomal localization of mouse and human neurotensin receptor genes

@article{Laurent2004ChromosomalLO,
  title={Chromosomal localization of mouse and human neurotensin receptor genes},
  author={Patrick Laurent and Pascal Clerc and Marie Genevi{\`e}ve Mattei and Patricia Forgez and Xavier Dumont and Pascual Ferrara and Daniel Caput and William Rost{\`e}ne},
  journal={Mammalian Genome},
  year={2004},
  volume={5},
  pages={303-306}
}
Neurotensin is a tridecapeptide that plays several neurotransmitter or neuromodulatory roles both in the central nervous system and in the periphery. These actions are mediated by a high-affinity receptor (Ntsr). Both rat and human cDNAs encoding high-affinity receptors have been recently cloned. The availability of Ntsr probes allowed us to localize the corresponding genes on the mouse and human chromosomes. The present data demonstrate that the Ntsr gene is assigned to the H region of the… 

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Being a potent and selective neurotensin receptor antagonist, SR 48692 may be considered as a powerful tool for investigating the role of neurotens in physiological and pathological processes.