MicroRNA 142-3p Mediates Post-Transcriptional Regulation of D1 Dopamine Receptor Expression

@inproceedings{Tobn2012MicroRNA1M,
  title={MicroRNA 142-3p Mediates Post-Transcriptional Regulation of D1 Dopamine Receptor Expression},
  author={Krishna E. Tob{\'o}n and Denis Chang and Eldo V. Kuzhikandathil},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
The D1 dopamine receptor subtype is expressed in the brain, kidney and lymphocytes. D1 receptor function has been extensively studied and the receptor has been shown to modulate a wide range of physiological functions and behaviors. The expression of D1 receptor is known to change during development, disease states and chronic treatment; however, the… CONTINUE READING