Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Inflammation. Receptors by Charles G. Cochrane

By Charles G. Cochrane

Receptors on inflammatory cells realize extracellular signs and move particular messages to transductional pathways in the mobilephone. 9 receptors of inflammatory cells have been chosen for this inaugural quantity, representing a spectrum of structure-function relationships

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Other receptors that share similar bonding interactions include all subtypes of the a- and β-adrenergic receptors. The residue(s) involved in this interaction would not be expected to be conserved with other G protein-coupled receptors. Other CHAPTER 2 β-Adrenergic Receptors 43 significant hydrogen bonding interactions are involved in anchoring the catechol hydroxyl groups of the agonists to the receptor, again pointing to the existence of specific hydrogen bond donors or acceptors in the binding pocket of the receptor.

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