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XB-ART-17175
Curr Biol January 1, 1997; 7 (1): R47-9.

Neuropharmacology: a part for purines in pattern generation.

Halliday FC , Gibb AJ .


Abstract
Purinergic transmission has been found to play a key role in the neural control of rhythmic swimming behaviour in Xenopus embryos: it may have similar importance in other vertebrate motor behaviours.

PubMed ID: 9072171
Article link: Curr Biol

Genes referenced: lpar4 lpar6 p2rx1 p2rx2 p2rx4 p2rx5 p2rx6 p2rx7 p2ry1 p2ry10 p2ry11 p2ry12 p2ry13 p2ry14 p2ry2 p2ry4 p2ry6 p2ry8



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