By Rory A. Fisher
RGS Protein body structure and Pathophysiology describes the present, state of the art learn happening within the laboratories of leaders within the RGS protein box that make the most of genetic mouse versions to interrogate the functionality of RGS proteins in vivo.
Each bankruptcy describes the elucidated function of a particular RGS protein or kin of RGS proteins in common body structure and/or ailment with specific emphasis on how those discoveries tell healthcare and drug discovery.
The paintings is a well timed reference as medicines focusing on G protein coupled receptors characterize forty% of at present advertised therapeutics.
- Brings jointly details at the present country of the RGS protein field
- Contains accomplished descriptions of the recognized pathophysiological and physiological features of RGS proteins, the 1st such undertaking
- Gives specific emphasis to the methods those discoveries tell healthcare and drug discovery
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