Receptor Pharmacology and Function

Receptor Pharmacology and Function

by Taylor and Francis, Richard A. Glennon
     
 

Based on a symposium held in Boston, Aug. 1985. Twenty-one studies present the theory and handling of radioligand binding that has revolutionized the study of receptor function and compound discovery. they cover basic principles of receptor theory and data analysis, molecular modeling, and structure  See more details below

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Based on a symposium held in Boston, Aug. 1985. Twenty-one studies present the theory and handling of radioligand binding that has revolutionized the study of receptor function and compound discovery. they cover basic principles of receptor theory and data analysis, molecular modeling, and structure

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Based on a symposium held in Boston, Aug. 1985. Twenty-one studies present the theory and handling of radioligand binding that has revolutionized the study of receptor function and compound discovery. they cover basic principles of receptor theory and data analysis, molecular modeling, and structure-activists relationships derivation; radiolabeling drugs and neurotransmitters; peptide receptors; eicosanoids, drug receptors, and calcium recognition sites; the use of cell cultures for studying receptor functions; and data significant for understanding receptor topography. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780824778415
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
10/28/1988
Series:
Clinical Pharmacology Series, #13
Pages:
808
Product dimensions:
5.91(w) x 9.06(h) x (d)

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