By Patricia H. Reggio
Cannabinoids and Their Receptors, quantity 593, the newest unlock within the Methods in Enzymology sequence, maintains the legacy of this foremost serial with caliber chapters authored by means of leaders within the box. This up-to-date quantity comprises finished chapters on a number of themes, together with genuine time cAMP signaling in accordance with CB1 activation, CB1 signaling in mitochondria, Lipidomics of cannabinoid structures, learning endocannabinoid delivery, Metabolic profiling of CB1 impartial antagonists, methods to evaluate biased signaling on the CB1 receptor, and the improvement of CB1 allosteric modulators.
- Continues the legacy of this most popular serial with a brand new and up-to-date release
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