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GABdrara  rat GABA receptor δ subunit

Organism Rattus rattus
Date of entry creation: 11/APR/1999 Date of last modification: 11/APR/1999
Accession codes for other databases DDBJ|EMBL|Genbank: L08496
  • Shivers,B., Killisch,I., Sprengel,R., Sontheimer,H., Khler,M., Schofield,P. and Seeburg,P.H. Two novel GABA-A receptor subunits exist in distinct neuronal subpopulations. Neuron 3, 327-337 (1989)
  • Wisden,W. and Seeburg,P.H. GABA-A receptor channels: from subunits to functional entities. Cur. Op. Neurobiol. 2, 263-269 (1992)
  • Wisden,W., Laurie,D., Monyer,H. and Seeburg,P.H. The distribution of 13 GABA-A receptor subunit mRNAs in the rat brain - I. Telencephalon, diencephalon, mesencephalon. J. Neurosci. 12, 1040-1062 (1992)
  • Laurie,D., Wisden,W. and Seeburg,P.H. The distribution of 13 GABA-A receptor subunit mRNAs in the rat brain - II. Olfactory bulb and cerebellum. J. Neurosci. 12, 1063-1076 (1992)
General notes
CDS 31. .1380
Sequences
transcript
FASTA: GABdrara.cfa EMBL: GABdrara.cem Genbank: GABdrara.cgb
protein
FASTA: GABdrara.pfa EMBL: GABdrara.pem Genbank: GABdrara.pgb
Structures
Miscellanea
Phylogenetic analyses
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  Citation

Nicolas Le Novère and Jean-Pierre Changeux (1999). The Ligand-Gated Ion Channel database. Nucleic Acid Research, 27 : 340-342
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Last modification: Mon Jun 25 12:42:19 2007 GMT | Nicolas Le Novère

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