Dopamine Receptors by Carl Kaiser and John W. Kebabian (Eds.)

By Carl Kaiser and John W. Kebabian (Eds.)

content material: D-1 dopamine receptor-mediated activation of adenylate cyclase, cAMP accumulation, and PTH unencumber in dispersed bovine parathyroid cells / Edward M. Brown and Bess Dawson-Hughes --
The D-2 dopamine receptor within the intermediate lobe of the rat pituitary gland : body structure, pharmacology, and biochemistry / J.W. Kebabian, M. Beaulieu, T.E. Cote, R.L. Eskay, E.A. Frey, M.E. Goldman, C.W. Grewe, M. Munemura, J.C. Stoof, and okay. Tsuruta --
The dopamine receptor of the anterior pituitary gland : ligand binding and solubilization reports / M.G. Caron, B.F. Kilpatrick, and A. De Lean --
Differentiation of dopamine receptors within the outer edge / Leon I. Goldberg and Jai D. Kohli --
Dopamine receptors within the neostriatum : biochemical and physiological experiences / J.C. Stoof --
capability healing makes use of of dopamine receptor agonists and antagonists / Donald B. Calne and T. Andreo Larsen --
Dopaminergic benzazepines with divergent cardiovascular profiles / Joseph Weinstock, James W. Wilson, David L. Ladd, Martin Brenner, Dennis M. Ackerman, Alan L. Blumberg, Richard A. Hahn, J. Paul Hieble, Henry M. Sarau, and Virgil D. Wiebelhaus --
Dopamine agonists and antagonists in duodenal ulcer disorder / S. Szabo and J.L. Neumeyer --
the improvement of novel dopamine agonists / David E. Nichols --
Stereoisomeric probes of the dopamine receptor / Carl Kaiser --
Conformationally outlined pyrroloisoquinoline antipsychotics : implications for the mode of interplay of antipsychotic medicines with the dopamine receptor / G.L. Olson, H.-C. Cheung, E. Chiang, and L. Berger --
Renal vascular dopamine receptor topography : structure-activity relationships that recommend the presence of a ceiling / Paul W. Erhardt.

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1906, 78, 170-194. B l u m , J . W . ; K u n z , P . ; L i c h t e n s t e i g e r , W . ; D a P r a d a , M. Am. J. P h y s i o l . 1980, 239, E 2 5 5 . Gardner, D . B . ; Brown, E . M . ; Windeck, R . ; Aurbach, G . D . E n d o c r i n o l o g y 1978, 103, 577. Gardner, D . B . ; Windeck, R . ; Aurbach, G . D . E n d o c r i n o l o g y 1979, 104, 1. Windeck, R . ; Gardner, D . B . ; Aurbach, G . D . E n d o c r i n o l o g y 1978, 103, 2020. ; M o n t z , R . ; A l t e n a k r , E. Acta E n d o c r i n o l o g i c a (Kbh) 1977, 8 5 , 5 4 1 .

J. P h y s i o l . 1980, 239, E 2 5 5 . Gardner, D . B . ; Brown, E . M . ; Windeck, R . ; Aurbach, G . D . E n d o c r i n o l o g y 1978, 103, 577. Gardner, D . B . ; Windeck, R . ; Aurbach, G . D . E n d o c r i n o l o g y 1979, 104, 1. Windeck, R . ; Gardner, D . B . ; Aurbach, G . D . E n d o c r i n o l o g y 1978, 103, 2020. ; M o n t z , R . ; A l t e n a k r , E. Acta E n d o c r i n o l o g i c a (Kbh) 1977, 8 5 , 5 4 1 . ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1983.

DOPAMINE RECEPTORS τ I-ISOPROTERENOL (log M) Figure 5. Comparison of the potency of isoproterenol in eliciting physiological and biochemical responses from the rat IL. Substantially lower concentrations of iso­ proterenol stimulate the release of IR-aMSH (aMSH) than are required to enhance cAMP accumulation by intact IL cells (cAMP), stimulate adenylate cyclase activity in cell-free homogenates of IL tissue (cyclase), or occupy the specific binding sites defined with IHYP (binding) (19). ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1983.

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