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Purinergic Pharmacology

purinergic receptors

purinergic receptors

Purinergic Control of Neutrophil Activation

Purinergic Mechanisms in Glial Cells

Role of P1 purinergic receptors in myocardial ischemia sensory transduction

Antagonism of purinergic signalling improves recovery from traumatic brain injury

Purinergic receptors and atherosclerosis: emerging role for vessel wall P2Y12

Mitochondrial Dysfunction, Depleted Purinergic Signaling, and Defective T Cell Vigilance and Immune Defense

Characterization of calcium-mobilizing, purinergic P2Y2 receptors in human ovarian cancer cells

4127The role of the purinergic receptor p2x7 in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis

Residual Chemosensory Capabilities in Double P2X2/P2X3 Purinergic Receptor Null Mice: Intraoral or Postingestive Detection?

Double P2X2/P2X3 Purinergic Receptor Knockout Mice Do Not Taste NaCl or the Artificial Sweetener SC45647

530Extracellular ATP induces atherosclerosis and vascular inflammation via purinergic receptor 2 (P2Y2) in mice

P2RX7, a gene coding for a purinergic ligand-gated ion channel, is associated with major depressive disorder

Activation of APE1/Ref-1 is dependent on reactive oxygen species generated after purinergic receptor stimulation by ATP

Nickel Sulfate Induces Location-Dependent Atrophy of Mouse Olfactory Epithelium: Protective and Proliferative Role of Purinergic Receptor Activation

Purinergic Receptor Antagonist A438079 Protects Against Acetaminophen-Induced Liver Injury by Inhibiting P450 Isoenzymes, Not by Inflammasome Activation


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Describing a type of nerve in which synaptic transmission is brought about by purine‐like transmitter substances. See purinoceptor. Compare adrenergic, cholinergic.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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