SGIP1 alters internalization and modulates signaling of activated cannabinoid receptor 1 in a biased manner

  title={SGIP1 alters internalization and modulates signaling of activated cannabinoid receptor 1 in a biased manner},
  author={Alena H{\'a}jkov{\'a} and {\vS}{\'a}rka Techlovsk{\'a} and Michaela Dvorakova and Jayne Nicole Chambers and Jiř{\'i} Kumpo{\vs}t and Pavla Hub{\'a}lkov{\'a} and Laurent Prézeau and Jaroslav Blaho{\vs}},

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