Advances in Adrenergic Receptor Biology by Qin Wang

By Qin Wang

This quantity of present themes in Membranes specializes in Adrenergic Receptor Biology, starting with a overview of previous successes and historic views then extra discussing present normal traits in adrenic receptor reviews in a number of contexts. This booklet additionally contains discussions of the function and dating of adrenergic receptors to various structures and ailments, constructing Adrenergic Receptor Biology as a wanted, functional reference for researchers.

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