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A property location.Typically refers to one planned for development,but does not necessarily have such a restrictive meaning.

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When opioid medications attach to the receptor sites, they block the transmission phase of the nociceptive pain transmission process, causing analgesia.
20) Second, the soy phytoestrogens do not go to the same receptor site as Tamoxifen.
4 A chemical that occupies a receptor site on a cell membrane and blocks another chemical from occupying the same site is known as a(n):
Hence, the scientific consensus is that a pheromone receptor site will eventually be identified in a male moth antenna.
Without drugs, dopamine attaches to a receptor site on the surface of a neuron.
Since swine viruses with the same receptor site as A/sw/Iowa/1976/31 bind both SA[alpha]2,3Gal and SA[alpha]2,6Gal (14), A/New York/1/1918 and A/London/1/1919 probably also had the capacity to bind both receptors.
HIV Therapeutics: Mymetics is in the preclinical phase, developing and testing peptides and other compounds that adhere to gp41 or the IL-2 receptor site without suppressing the immune system.
In contrast, ultrafine and accumulation modes PM in a receptor site were found to originate mostly from secondary reactions, which are more pronounced during the warmer months of the year particularly during the warmer season of the year, between April through October.
Probably all brain functions are modulated through receptor site activity, including memory and other cognitive processes.
The idea of this new drug is instead of lowering the testosterone it blocks it at the receptor site in the prostate.
The researchers found they could use this effect for sensing by attaching a specific ligand to the acceptor molecule; the new molecular package then gets pulled away from the polymer by the receptor site of a biological or chemical agent, and the polymers luminescence is restored.
The reduction of the receptor sites is caused by an antibody that destroys or blocks the receptor site at the neuromuscular junction.

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