Gpcrs: From Deorphanization To Lead Structure Identification by H. BourneGpcrs: From Deorphanization To Lead Structure Identification by H. Bourne

Gpcrs: From Deorphanization To Lead Structure Identification

byH. BourneEditorRichard Horuk, J. Kuhnke

Paperback | November 30, 2010

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Based on the international workshopGPCRs: From Deorphanisation to Lead StructureIdentification, held in Berlin in May 2006, the book highlights the following topics: Structure of GPCRs, Design of GPCR Ligands, GPCR Signalling, Deorphanization and Assay Development. All chapters are written by leading experts in the field, discussing the most recent state of the art. They give insight into the approaches taken by industry and academia to address GPCRs and depict how mature this target class-oriented research has become in the last decade. The book reflects the actual trends in the fast-emerging field of GPCR research in academia and industry.

Title:Gpcrs: From Deorphanization To Lead Structure IdentificationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:269 pagesPublished:November 30, 2010Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3642080316

ISBN - 13:9783642080319

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Table of Contents

G Proteins and GPCR: From the Beginning.- Modelling GPCRs.- Privileged Structures in GPCRs.- Designing Compound Libraries Targeting GPCRs.- Virus-encoded G Protein Coupled Receptors: Constitutively Active (dys) Regulators of Cell Function and their Potential as Drug Target.- Modulation of GPCR Conformations by Ligands, G Proteins and Arrestins.- The Role of GPCR Dimerisation/Oligomerisation in Receptor Signalling.- Orphan Seven Transmembrane Receptor (7TMR) Screening.- High Content Screening to Monitor G Protein-Coupled Receptor Internalization.- High Throughput Lead Finding and Optimisation for GPCR Targets.