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  • Gabaa Receptors Gaba
  • Gabaa Receptors Gaba



    Gabaa Receptors Gaba: Top KOLs in the world

    Werner Sieghart #1
    Werner Sieghart
    Center for Brain Research, Department of Molecular Neuroscie
    Known for Subunit Composition | Receptor Subtypes | Aminobutyric Acid | Tonic Inhibition
    Trevor G Smart #2
    Trevor G Smart
    Department of Neuroscience, Physiology Pharmacology, Divisio
    Known for Inhibitory Synapses | Protein Kinase | Cell Surface | Xenopus Oocytes | Gabaa Receptors

    Richard W Olsen #3
    Richard W Olsen
    University of California Los Angels, USA. | Department of Mo
    Known for Aminobutyric Acid | Angelman Syndrome | Mammalian Brain | Protein Kinase | Gabaa Receptors
    Jean‐Marc Fritschy #4
    Jean‐Marc Fritschy
    Neuroscience Centre Zurich, University of Zurich and Eidgenö
    Known for Gabaergic Synapses | Receptor Subtypes | Temporal Lobe Epilepsy | Spinal Cord
    Stephen J Moss #5
    Stephen J Moss
    Department of Neuroscience, Tufts University School of Medic
    Known for Inhibitory Synapses | Synaptic Inhibition | Protein Kinase | Tyrosine Phosphorylation | Gabaa Receptors
    Uwe Rudolph #6
    Uwe Rudolph
    Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, University of I
    Known for General Anesthetics | Receptor Subtypes | Mutant Mice | Point Mutation
    Hanns P Möhler #7
    Hanns P Möhler
    Institute of Pharmacology and Neuroscience Center, Universit
    Known for Benzodiazepine Receptor | Rat Brain | Spinal Cord | Glycine Transporter
    Ruth M McKernan #8
    Ruth M McKernan
    Pfizer Neuroscience and Pain Research Unit, The Portway Buil
    Known for Rat Brain | Receptor Subtypes | Benzodiazepine Site | Anticonvulsant Activity
    Paul John Whiting #9
    Paul John Whiting
    ARUK-UCL Drug Discovery Institute, University College London
    Known for Rat Brain | Xenopus Oocytes | Amino Acid | Benzodiazepine Site | Gabaa Receptor
    Keith A Wafford #10
    Keith A Wafford
    Lilly Research Centre, Eli Lilly and Company, Windlesham GU2
    Known for Xenopus Oocytes | Benzodiazepine Site | Rem Sleep | Aminobutyric Acid | Gabaa Receptors

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