Interaction of 3-N-(ω-carboxyacyl)-l-2,3-diaminopropionic acids with synaptic membranes of human hippocampus

@article{Koreshonkov2005InteractionO3,
  title={Interaction of 3-N-(ω-carboxyacyl)-l-2,3-diaminopropionic acids with synaptic membranes of human hippocampus},
  author={O. N. Koreshonkov and P. Perestenko and M. Dumpis and L. B. Piotrovskii},
  journal={Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={29},
  pages={509-512}
}
  • O. N. Koreshonkov, P. Perestenko, +1 author L. B. Piotrovskii
  • Published 2005
  • Chemistry
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal
  • The search for compounds that selectively act on the receptors for stimulating amino acids is one of the most crucial problems in modem neuropharmacology. The fact that stimulating amino acids (SAAs) are involved in the performance of the most important functions of a mammalian organism (e.g., motor function [ 1], learning and memory [2, 3], and vegetative functions [4 6]) has been convincingly demonstrated. Five classes of SAA receptors have been identified. These are metabotropic receptors… CONTINUE READING

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