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Heterodimers and Receptor Mosaics of Different Types of G-Protein-Coupled Receptors - Figure 5

This figure represents the antagonistic A2A–D2 receptor interactions and an inhibitory allosteric modulator homocysteine may exist in the control of D2 receptor signaling in putative A2A–D2 heterodimers of the striatopallidal GABA neurons.

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Authors and Editors: Kjell Fuxe of Karolinska Institute, Daniel Marcellino of Karolinska Institutet, Diego Guidolin of University of Padua, Amina Woods of National Instiute on Drug Abuse, Luigi Agnati of NIH
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