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Activation of receptor gene transcription is required to maintain cell sensitization after agonist exposure - Study on neurotensin receptor

Bibliographic reference Najimi, Mustapha ; Souaze, F ; Mendez, M. ; Hermans, Emmanuel ; Berbar, T ; et. al. Activation of receptor gene transcription is required to maintain cell sensitization after agonist exposure - Study on neurotensin receptor. In: Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol. 273, no. 34, p. 21634-21641 (1998)
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