Larsson C

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Full name : Larsson Christer

First name : Christer

Mail : Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, System and Synthetic Biology, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg

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Country : Sweden

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References (6)

Title : Chronic effects of ethanol on muscarinic acetylcholine receptors are modulated by protein kinase C - Caron_1999_Addict.Biol_4_163
Author(s) : Caron M , Larsson C , Alling C
Ref : Addict Biol , 4 :163 , 1999
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PubMedSearch : Caron_1999_Addict.Biol_4_163
PubMedID: 20575782

Title : Long-term exposure to ethanol increases the number and function of muscarinic M1 receptors in human neuroblastoma cells - Larsson_1996_J.Pharmacol.Exp.Ther_278_313
Author(s) : Larsson C , Simonsson P , Caron M , Alling C
Ref : Journal of Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics , 278 :313 , 1996
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PubMedSearch : Larsson_1996_J.Pharmacol.Exp.Ther_278_313
PubMedID: 8764365

Title : Localization of the human soluble epoxide hydrolase gene (EPHX2) to chromosomal region 8p21-p12 - Larsson_1995_Hum.Genet_95_356
Author(s) : Larsson C , White I , Johansson C , Stark A , Meijer J
Ref : Hum Genet , 95 :356 , 1995
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PubMedSearch : Larsson_1995_Hum.Genet_95_356
PubMedID: 7868134
Gene_locus related to this paper: human-EPHX2

Title : In vitro binding of 3H-acetylcholine to nicotinic receptors in rodent and human brain - Larsson_1987_J.Neural.Transm_69_3
Author(s) : Larsson C , Lundberg PA , Halen A , Adem A , Nordberg A
Ref : J Neural Transm , 69 :3 , 1987
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PubMedSearch : Larsson_1987_J.Neural.Transm_69_3
PubMedID: 3585319

Title : Characterization of [3H]-Nicotine Binding in Rodent Brain and Comparison with the Binding of Other Labelled Nicotinic Ligands -
Author(s) : Larsson C , Nordberg A
Ref : Advances in Behavioral Biology , 30 :429 , 1986
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Title : Search for Nicotine-Like Receptor Binding Sites in Brain -
Author(s) : Nordberg A , Larsson C
Ref : Advances in Behavioral Biology , 25 :639 , 1981
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