Published in Cancer Weekly, March 1st, 2005
"Arginine vasotocin (VT) is the ortholog in all nonmammalian vertebrates of arginine vasopressin (AVP) in mammals. We have previously cloned an amphibian V1a-type vasotocin receptor (VT1R) that exhibited higher sensitivity for VT than AVP, while the mammalian V1a type receptor (V1aR) responded better to AVP than VT.
"In the present study," reported S. Acharjee and colleagues, Chonnam National University, "we...
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