Receptor assemblies seem to play a key role in the integration and modulation of molecular signals of cell–cell communications. This may be confirmed by recent discoveries of the immunological synapse and cytokine networks which can be also treated within a sort of meta-system—neuroimmune molecular network. On the examples of receptor superfamilies expressed both in the neural and immune cells, our review paper aims to show some implications of receptor–receptor interactions for basal ganglia functions in health and disease.

Receptor mosaics of neural and immune communication: possible implications for basal ganglia functions / Agnati, Luigi Francesco; K., Fuxe; L. B., Goncharova; A. O., Tarakanov. - In: BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS. - ISSN 0165-0173. - STAMPA. - 58:(2008), pp. 400-414.

Receptor mosaics of neural and immune communication: possible implications for basal ganglia functions.

AGNATI, Luigi Francesco;
2008-01-01

Abstract

Receptor assemblies seem to play a key role in the integration and modulation of molecular signals of cell–cell communications. This may be confirmed by recent discoveries of the immunological synapse and cytokine networks which can be also treated within a sort of meta-system—neuroimmune molecular network. On the examples of receptor superfamilies expressed both in the neural and immune cells, our review paper aims to show some implications of receptor–receptor interactions for basal ganglia functions in health and disease.
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Receptor mosaics of neural and immune communication: possible implications for basal ganglia functions / Agnati, Luigi Francesco; K., Fuxe; L. B., Goncharova; A. O., Tarakanov. - In: BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS. - ISSN 0165-0173. - STAMPA. - 58:(2008), pp. 400-414.
Agnati, Luigi Francesco; K., Fuxe; L. B., Goncharova; A. O., Tarakanov
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