oxytocin receptor

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oxytocin receptor

Desensitization of oxytocin receptors in human myometrium

Biological relevance of oxytocin and oxytocin receptors in cancer cells and primary tumors

Oxytocin receptor gene variations predict neural and behavioral response to oxytocin in autism

Localization of oxytocin receptors in the human and macaque monkey male reproductive tracts: evidence for a physiological role of oxytocin in the male.

Oxytocin receptors in the primate ovary: molecular identity and link to apoptosis in human granulosa cells

Expression and immunolocalization of the oxytocin receptor in human lactating and non-lactating mammary glands.

Oxytocin and vasopressin receptors in human and uterine myomas during menstrual cycle and early pregnancy

Bovine endometrial epithelial cells as a model system to study oxytocin receptor regulation

Regulation of the human oxytocin receptor in the uterus: a molecular approach

Oxytocin Reduces Cocaine Seeking and Reverses Chronic Cocaine-Induced Changes in Glutamate Receptor Function

An oxytocin receptor polymorphism predicts amygdala reactivity and antisocial behavior in men

Maternal adversities during pregnancy and cord blood oxytocin receptor (OXTR) DNA methylation

Identification, characterization and biological activity of oxytocin receptor in the developing human penis

The role of N-terminal glycosylation in the human oxytocin receptor.

Distress of ostracism: oxytocin receptor gene polymorphism confers sensitivity to social exclusion

Interaction between oxytocin receptor polymorphism and interdependent culture values on human empathy

Neural correlate of autistic-like traits and a common allele in the oxytocin receptor gene

Oxytocin receptor (OXTR) and serotonin transporter (5-HTT) genes associated with observed parenting


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Any of a number of membrane proteins that bind oxytocin, and mediate its intracellular effects. Structurally, they are of the 7TM type, characteristic of G protein‐coupled receptors, and activate the phosphatidylinositol cycle.


Subjects: Chemistry.

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