The effects of hydrostatic pressure on signal transduction in brain membranes of deep-sea fishes of the genus Coryphaenoides

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To investigate the effects of increased hydrostatic pressure on transmembrane signaling in deep-living marine species, the A1 adenosine receptor − inhibitory G protein (Gi) − adenylyl cyclase signaling complex was examined in brain membrane preparations from four teleost fish species of the deep-sea family Macrouridae. The combined depth ranges of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1007830722804

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