The allosteric modulation of GABA responses at GABAA receptors elicited by benzodiazepines dpends on heterotropic mechanisms, with molecular modalities of operation that are still not well understood. In this chapter the effects of varoious benzodiazepines are considered in relationship to their affinity for the diffrent GABAA receptor assembies

“Mechanistic and pharmacological implications in the partial allosteric modulation of GABAA receptor by imidazenil.” / Costa, E; Puja, Giulia; Giusti, P; Auta, J; Ducic, I; Vicini, S; AND GUIDOTTI, A.. - STAMPA. - (1994), pp. 46--53.

“Mechanistic and pharmacological implications in the partial allosteric modulation of GABAA receptor by imidazenil.”

PUJA, Giulia;
1994

Abstract

The allosteric modulation of GABA responses at GABAA receptors elicited by benzodiazepines dpends on heterotropic mechanisms, with molecular modalities of operation that are still not well understood. In this chapter the effects of varoious benzodiazepines are considered in relationship to their affinity for the diffrent GABAA receptor assembies
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“Mechanistic and pharmacological implications in the partial allosteric modulation of GABAA receptor by imidazenil.” / Costa, E; Puja, Giulia; Giusti, P; Auta, J; Ducic, I; Vicini, S; AND GUIDOTTI, A.. - STAMPA. - (1994), pp. 46--53.
Costa, E; Puja, Giulia; Giusti, P; Auta, J; Ducic, I; Vicini, S; AND GUIDOTTI, A.
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