putative neurotransmitter receptor
G protein-coupled receptor mediated trimethylamine sensing.
Linköping, Sweden. In Biosens Bioelectron, 2010
The cells were genetically modified to express the mouse trace amine-associated receptor 5 (mTAAR5), a G protein-coupled receptor from the mouse olfactory epithelium, which conferred high sensitivity to TMA.
A second class of chemosensory receptors in the olfactory epithelium.
Seattle, United States. In Nature, 2006
Previous studies reported TAAR expression in brain. This paper found TAAR expression only in olfactory epithelial cells and that each TAAR detects a unique set of amine ligands. TAARs seem to function as a family of chemosensory receptors for amines.
A locus for simple pure febrile seizures maps to chromosome 6q22-q24.
Paris, France. In Brain, 2002
Sequence analysis excluded the implication of five candidate genes [A kinase anchoring protein 18 (AKAP18), syntaxin 7, putative neurotransmitter receptor (PNR), G protein receptor 57 (GPR57) and G protein receptor 58 (GPR58)] in the interval based on function.
Pharmacological agents affecting emesis. A review (Part I).
Australia. In Drugs, 1992
The availability of radiolabelled ligands selective for various putative neurotransmitter receptor sites and the development of quantitative autoradiography has led to a greater understanding of the neuronal pathway and receptor subtypes involved in the vomiting reflex induced by various mechanisms both within the central nervous system and the periphery.