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Publication Date: 1992
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Hulme, E. C.
This is the last in a set of three books covering the practical aspects of receptor biochemistry, receptor-effector coupling, and neurotransmitter/hormone receptor-ligand interactions. It focuses on the preparation, performance and interpretation of receptor-ligand binding studies, which are widely used in mainstream pharmacology, both in academic laboratories and the pharmaceutical industry. Binding studies are difficult to effectively perform, hence expert guidance and many practical tips are given throughout. The book contains a wealth of valuable protocols, and will be a useful bench manual for researchers in pharmacology, neuroscience, molecular biology and biochemistry.Hulme, E. C. is the author of 'Receptor-Ligand Interactions : A Practical Approach', published 1992 under ISBN 9780199630912 and ISBN 0199630917.
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