Pharmacology and molecular biology of octopamine receptors from different insect species.

@article{Roeder1995PharmacologyAM,
  title={Pharmacology and molecular biology of octopamine receptors from different insect species.},
  author={T. Roeder and J. Degen and C. Dyczkowski and M. Gewecke},
  journal={Progress in brain research},
  year={1995},
  volume={106},
  pages={
          249-58
        }
}
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the pharmacology and molecular biology of octopamine receptors. It studies the structure and pharmacology of octopamine receptors using two different radioligands. In addition to the natural agonist octopamine, the phenlyiminoimidazolidine derivative 3 H-NC-SZ served as the second radioligand. Because it has a higher affinity and it is not degraded by endogenous enzymes, it is much better suited for ligand-binding studies. Using these radioligands, the… Expand
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