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Academic Article Neuronal alpha-bungarotoxin receptors differ structurally from other nicotinic acetylcholine receptors.
Academic Article alpha-bungarotoxin receptors contain alpha7 subunits in two different disulfide-bonded conformations.
Academic Article Chronic nicotine exposure upregulates nicotinic receptors by a novel mechanism.
Academic Article Exposure to nicotine and sensitization of nicotine-induced behaviors.
Academic Article High affinity binding of epibatidine to serotonin type 3 receptors.
Academic Article Up-regulation of nicotinic receptors by nicotine varies with receptor subtype.
Academic Article Nicotine-induced upregulation of native neuronal nicotinic receptors is caused by multiple mechanisms.
Academic Article Nicotine-induced upregulation of nicotinic receptors: underlying mechanisms and relevance to nicotine addiction.
Academic Article Intermittent nicotine exposure upregulates nAChRs in VTA dopamine neurons and sensitises locomotor responding to the drug.
Academic Article Selective and regulated trapping of nicotinic receptor weak base ligands and relevance to smoking cessation.
Academic Article The unusual nature of epibatidine responses at the alpha4beta2 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor.
Academic Article Trapping of Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Ligands Assayed by In Vitro Cellular Studies and In Vivo PET Imaging.
Grant PET imaging of a4b2 nicotinic receptor upregulation and smoking cessation
Grant Different components of nicotine-induced upregulation of nicotinic receptors
Grant The Neuronal alpha-bungarotoxin Binding Site
Grant Quality Control of Nicotinic Receptor Assembly
Academic Article Evaluation of an Image-Derived Input Function for Kinetic Modeling of Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor-Binding PET Ligands in Mice.
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