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The protein encoded by NTSR2 belongs to the G protein-coupled receptor family that activate a phosphatidylinositol-calcium second messenger system. Additionally we are shipping NTSR2 Antibodies (82) and NTSR2 Proteins (5) and many more products for this protein.
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high expression of NTSR1 (show NTSR1 ELISA Kits) is found in clinical NETs and promoter methylation is an important mechanism controlling the differential expression of NTSR1 (show NTSR1 ELISA Kits) and silencing of NTSR2 in NET cells
NTSR2 was overexpressed, NTSR1 (show NTSR1 ELISA Kits) decreased, and neurotensin (show NTS ELISA Kits) was not expressed in B cell leukemia patient's B-cells, as compared with healthy B cells.
this study proposes a novel function of NTR2 in the regulation of NTR1 activity.
NTR2 and NTR3 (show SORT1 ELISA Kits) were upregulated in prostate cancer cells with luminal phenotype (cytokeratin 18 (show KRT18 ELISA Kits)+)
ghrelin receptor (show GHSR ELISA Kits), neurotensin receptor 2 and GPR39 (show GPR39 ELISA Kits) display an unusually high degree of constitutive activity, determined by an aromatic cluster on the inner face of the extracellular ends of TMs (show TYMS ELISA Kits) VI and VII (show TH ELISA Kits)
NTR1 and NTR2 mRNA were not detected in either pituitary adenomas or normal tissue.
These data support the regulation of baseline prepulse inhibition, acoustic startle response and locomotor activity by endogenous neurotensin acting at the NT2 receptor.
Ntsr2 receptor subtype is necessary for normal dopaminergic function.
These results suggest that Ntsr2 in astrocytes and neurons may have unique function like a modulation of fear memory in the mouse brain.
The protein encoded by this gene belongs to the G protein-coupled receptor family that activate a phosphatidylinositol-calcium second messenger system. Binding and pharmacological studies demonstrate that this receptor binds neurotensin as well as several other ligands already described for neurotensin NT1 receptor. However, unlike NT1 receptor, this gene recognizes, with high affinity, levocabastine, a histamine H1 receptor antagonist previously shown to compete with neurotensin for low-affinity binding sites in brain. These activities suggest that this receptor may be of physiological importance and that a natural agonist for the receptor may exist.
, levocabastine-sensitive neurotensin receptor
, neurotensin receptor type 2
, neurotensin receptor, type 2
, low affinity neurotensin receptor
, low-affinity levocabastine-sensitive neurotensin receptor
, NTR2 receptor
, high-affinity levocabastine-sensitive neurotensin receptor