Advances in Adrenergic Receptor Biology: Volume 67
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Advances in Adrenergic Receptor Biology: Volume 67

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This volume of Current Topics in Membranes focuses on adrenergic receptor biology, beginning with a review of past successes and historical perspectives then further discussing current general trends in adrenic receptor studies in various contexts. This publication also includes discussions of the role and relationship of adrenergic receptors to different systems and diseases, establishing adrenergic receptor biology as a needed, practical reference for researchers.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 256 pages
  • 154.94 x 231.14 x 17.78mm | 430.91g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • Illustrated; Illustrations, unspecified
  • 0123849217
  • 9780123849212

Table of contents

Historical Perspective for Understanding of Adrenergic Receptors - Lee Limbird
Organizational complexity of ï ¢-adrenergic receptor signaling systems - Irina Glazkova, Katrin Altosaar and Terence E. Hebert
ss-arrestin-biased signaling by the ss-adrenergic receptors -- Sudha K. Shenoy
Anterograde trafficking of nascent α2B-adrenergic receptor: structural basis and roles of small GTPases - Chunmin Dong and Guangyu Wu
Recording kinetics of adrenergic-receptor activation in live cells - Jean-Pierre Vilardaga
Modulation of immune cell function by α1-adrenerigic receptor activation - Laurel A. Grisanti, Dianne M. Perez and James E. Porter
Pre- versus postsynaptic signalling by a 2-adrenoceptors - Ralf Gilsbach, Julian Albarran-Juarez, Lutz Hein
Genetic variations of α2-adrenergic receptors illuminate the diversity of receptor functions -Christopher Cottingham, Huaping Chen, Yunjia Chen, Yin Peng and Qin Wang
ï ¢-Adrenergic Receptor Subtype Signaling in the Heart: from Bench to the Bedside - Weizhong Zhu, Anthony Yiu-Ho Woo, Yan Zhang, Chun-Mei Cao, Rui-Ping Xiao
ï ¢-adrenergic receptor, amyloid Abeta, and Alzheimer's disease - Dayong Wang & Yang K Xiang
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