Opioid receptors and their interacting proteins

@article{Milligan2005OpioidRA,
  title={Opioid receptors and their interacting proteins},
  author={Graeme Milligan},
  journal={NeuroMolecular Medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={7},
  pages={51-59}
}
The opioid receptors are among the most highly studied members of the family of G protein-coupled receptors. As for many other members of this family, recent studies have indicated that they do not exist in isolation but are able to interact with a substantial range of other polypeptides. Such interactions can alter the effectiveness of agonist-mediated cell signalling, determine the signals generated, alter the intracellular trafficking routes of the receptors and potentially determine… CONTINUE READING

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