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OXGR1 gene

Known as: GPR80, GPR99, P2RY15 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2018
2018
Obesity is associated with macrophage infiltration and metabolic inflammation, both of which promote metabolic disease… Expand
2016
2016
The G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) family of proteins play essential roles in the heart, including in the regulation of… Expand
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2015
2015
Energy substrates and metabolic intermediates are proven ligands of a growing number of G-protein coupled receptors. In 2004… Expand
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2014
2014
ABSTRACT Retroviruses are pathogens with rapid infection cycles that can be a source of disease, genome instability, and tumor… Expand
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2013
2013
Paracrine communication between different parts of the renal tubule is increasingly recognized as an important determinant of… Expand
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2013
Highly Cited
2013
Background: A most stable cysteinyl leukotriene, LTE4, mediates vascular permeability in mice lacking the two known receptors… Expand
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2005
2005
The P2Y receptor family currently encompasses eight members (P2Y1,2,4,6,11,12,13,14 receptors) that are activated by… Expand
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2004
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2004
The citric acid cycle is central to the regulation of energy homeostasis and cell metabolism. Mutations in enzymes that catalyse… Expand
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2004
Highly Cited
2004
AMP and adenosine are found in all cell types and can be released by cells or created extracellularly from the breakdown of ATP… Expand
2004
2004
The orphan receptor GPR80 (also called GPR99) was recently reported to be the P2Y15 receptor activated by AMP and adenosine and… Expand
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