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Provides a comprehensive review of nicotinic receptors--from the molecular level to clinical applications. Covers the emerging molecular biological advances in the cloning of nAChRs; the localization and regulation of these receptors; the role these receptors have in central nervous disorder (CNS) functions; the in vivo pharmacology; and the therapeutic opportunities that exist for agents that selectively interact with these receptors to treat CNS disorders.
Release date NZ
February 2nd, 1999
Edited by Jorge D. Brioni
Edited by Stephen P. Arneric
Country of Publication
John Wiley & Sons Inc
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