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Signal Transduction Education  
Receptor Pharmacology Contents    

CONTENTS

Preface vii

Editors ix

Contributors xi

Sir James W. Black, F.R.S. (2010)
Nobel Laureate
James Black Foundation,
London, United Kingdom
Alasdair J. Gibb, Ph.D.
Research Department of Neuroscience,
Physiology and Pharmacology

University College London
London, United Kingdom
David A. Brown, F.R.S.
Research Department of Neuroscience,
Physiology and Pharmacology

University College London
London, United Kingdom
Dennis G. Haylett, Ph.D.
Department of Pharmacolgy
University College London
London, United Kingdom
Jan Egebjerg, Ph.D.
Department for Molecular and Structural Biology
Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark
Discovery Biology Research, Lundbeck A/S
Valby, Denmark
Donald H. Jenkinson, Ph.D.
Department of Pharmacolgy
University College London
London, United Kingdom
Elisabeth Genot, Ph.D.
Cellular Signalling Group
IECB – INSERM U889
University of Bordeaux
Pessac, France
IJsbrand Kramer, Ph.D.
Cellular Signalling Group
IECB – INSERM U889
University of Bordeaux
Pessac, France
Michel Laguerre, Ph.D.
Molecular Modelling
IECB – CNRS UMR 5144
University of Bordeaux
Pessac, France
 

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SECTION I Drug-Receptor Interactions

Chapter 1 Classical approaches to the study of drug-receptor interactions p3
Donald H. Jenkinson

SECTION II Molecular Structure of Receptors

Chapter 2 Structure and function of 7-TM G-protein coupled receptors p79
Alasdair J. Gibb

Chapter 3 The structure of ligand-gated ion channels p89
Jan Egebjerg

Chapter 4 Molecular structure of receptor tyrosine kinases p111
IJsbrand Kramer and Michel Laguerre

SECTION III Ligand-Binding Studies of Receptors

Chapter 5 Direct measurement of drug binding to receptors p139
Denis G. Haylett

SECTION IV Transduction of the Receptor Signal

Chapter 6 Receptors linked to ion channels: mechanisms of activation and block p169
Alasdair J. Gibb

Chapter 7 G-proteins p199
David A. Brown

Chapter 8 Signal transduction through protein tyrosine kinases p225
IJsbrand Kramer and Elisabeth Genot

SECTION V Receptors as Pharmaceutical Targets

Chapter 9 Receptors as Pharmaceutical Targets p269
James W Black

Index p277

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