Cholinoceptor | definition of cholinoceptor by Medical dictionary
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Like the nicotinic cholinoceptor
, it is a pentameric structure and modern techniques of genetic engineering (in particular the production of "knock-out" and "knock-in" mice) have been employed to determine the influences of those five protein strands on the properties of the receptors.
Involvement of cholinoceptors
in cadmium-induced endothelial dysfunction.
in the ventromedial hypothalamic nucleus facilitate tail heat loss during physical exercise.