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GPCR from A to Z using HTRF



August 1, 2018

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  • GPCRs are involved in key physiological functions such as immune response, neurotransmission and hormone release. As the largest family of transmembrane proteins, GPCRs play a major role in drug discovery and are involved in serveral physiological pathways. They account for over one-third of all drug screening investigations.
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