Diadenosine polyphosphate receptors. from rat and guinea-pig brain to human nervous system.

@article{Pintor2000DiadenosinePR,
  title={Diadenosine polyphosphate receptors. from rat and guinea-pig brain to human nervous system.},
  author={Jes{\'u}s Pintor and Miguel D{\'i}az-Hern{\'a}ndez and Javier Gualix and Rosa G{\'o}mez-Villafuertes and F Hernando and M Teresa Miras-Portugal},
  journal={Pharmacology & therapeutics},
  year={2000},
  volume={87 2-3},
  pages={103-15}
}
Diadenosine polyphosphates are a family of naturally occurring nucleotidic compounds present in secretory vesicles together with other chemical messengers. The exocytotic release of these compounds permits them to stimulate receptors termed "purinoceptors" or "ATP receptors." Purinoceptors for nucleotides are named P2 in contrast with those sensitive to nucleosides (P1). P2 receptors are further subdivided into metabotropic P2Y receptors, further divided into 5 subtypes, and ionotropic P2X… CONTINUE READING
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