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Distinct regions of C-terminus of the high affinity neurotensin receptor mediate the functional coupling with pertussis toxin sensitive and insensitive G-proteins.

Bibliographic reference Najimi, Mustapha ; Gailly, Philippe ; Maloteaux, Jean-Marie ; Hermans, Emmanuel. Distinct regions of C-terminus of the high affinity neurotensin receptor mediate the functional coupling with pertussis toxin sensitive and insensitive G-proteins.. In: FEBS letters, Vol. 512, no. 1-3, p. 329-33 (2002)
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