PMID: 3315779Nov 1, 1987Paper

Dopamine receptors: molecular structure and function

Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology
H B Niznik


Two distinct categories of dopamine receptors, termed D1 and D2, have been identified on the basis of pharmacological and biochemical criteria. Some of the progress made in our understanding of the subunit structure, function and signal transduction properties of these important membrane proteins are reviewed.


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