Evidence that the proposed novel human "neurokinin-4" receptor is pharmacologically similar to the human neurokinin-3 receptor but is not of human origin.

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There have been proposals that the tachykinin receptor classification should be extended to include a novel receptor, the "neurokinin-4" receptor (NK-4R), which has a close homology with the human NK-3 receptor (hNK-3R). We compared the pharmacological and molecular biological characteristics of the hNK-3R and NK-4R. Binding experiments, with (125)I-[MePhe… (More)

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@article{Sarau2000EvidenceTT, title={Evidence that the proposed novel human "neurokinin-4" receptor is pharmacologically similar to the human neurokinin-3 receptor but is not of human origin.}, author={Henry M. Sarau and Jeff L Mooney and Dulcie B. Schmidt and James R. J. Foley and Peter T. Buckley and Giuseppe Arnaldo Maria Giardina and Dan Y. Wang and Ju Ahn Lee and Douglas W. P. Hay}, journal={Molecular pharmacology}, year={2000}, volume={58 3}, pages={552-9} }