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mouse homolog is a G-protein coupled receptor with homology to galanin receptors [RGD, Feb 2006].. De plus, nous expédions GPR151 Anticorps (90) et GPR151 Protéines (8) et beaucoup plus de produits pour cette protéine.
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This study demonstrated that GPR151 expression in the zebrafish brain is restricted to habenular neurons projecting to the interpeduncular nucleus,Rostromedial tegmental nucleus, rhabdoid nucleus, mesencephalic raphe nuclei, and dorsal tegmental nucleus.
Northern blot analysis reveals expression of galanin-receptor like (GalRL) in the central nervous system with minor levels in peripheral organs and tissues, such as testis, liver, kidney and stomach.
Study presents a map of the afferent connectivity of a diencephalic neuronal population defined by Gpr151 expression. The connectivity of thalamic versus habenular Gpr151-expressing neurons differed substantially, indicating a neuroanatomical heterogeneity within the Gpr151-system.
Gpr151 mRNA in the DRG is elevated a model of neuropathic pain. Pain-related behaviour is unchanged is Gpr151 mutants.
This study demonstrated that GPR151 expression in the mouse brain is restricted to habenular neurons projecting to the interpeduncular nucleus,Rostromedial tegmental nucleus, rhabdoid nucleus, mesencephalic raphe nuclei, and dorsal tegmental nucleus.
Galanin-receptor like (GalRL) expression is found in the dorsal thalamus; hybridization signals are detected in the striatum, the locus coeruleus, and several hindbrain nuclei.
mouse homolog is a G-protein coupled receptor with homology to galanin receptors
galanin receptor 2-like protein
, G protein-coupled receptor 151
, probable G-protein coupled receptor 151-like
, G-protein coupled receptor PGR7
, galanin receptor 4
, probable G-protein coupled receptor 151
, putative G-protein coupled receptor
, probable G-protein coupled receptor 151 protein
, putative G protein-coupled receptor nGPCR-2037