BIM 23056   Click here for help

GtoPdb Ligand ID: 2036

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1. Bruns C, Raulf F, Hoyer D, Schloos J, L├╝bbert H, Weckbecker G. (1996)
Binding properties of somatostatin receptor subtypes.
Metab Clin Exp, 45 (8 Suppl 1): 17-20. [PMID:8769372]
2. Feuerbach D, Fehlmann D, Nunn C, Siehler S, Langenegger D, Bouhelal R, Seuwen K, Hoyer D. (2000)
Cloning, expression and pharmacological characterisation of the mouse somatostatin sst(5) receptor.
Neuropharmacology, 39 (8): 1451-62. [PMID:10818261]
3. Meyerhof W. (1998)
The elucidation of somatostatin receptor functions: a current view.
Rev Physiol Biochem Pharmacol, 133: 55-108. [PMID:9600011]
4. Patel YC, Srikant CB. (1994)
Subtype selectivity of peptide analogs for all five cloned human somatostatin receptors (hsstr 1-5).
Endocrinology, 135 (6): 2814-7. [PMID:7988476]
5. Raynor K, Murphy WA, Coy DH, Taylor JE, Moreau JP, Yasuda K, Bell GI, Reisine T. (1993)
Cloned somatostatin receptors: identification of subtype-selective peptides and demonstration of high affinity binding of linear peptides.
Mol Pharmacol, 43 (6): 838-44. [PMID:8100350]
6. Siehler S, Seuwen K, Hoyer D. (1998)
[125I]Tyr10-cortistatin14 labels all five somatostatin receptors.
Naunyn Schmiedebergs Arch Pharmacol, 357 (5): 483-9. [PMID:9650799]
7. Siehler S, Seuwen K, Hoyer D. (1998)
[125I][Tyr3]octreotide labels human somatostatin sst2 and sst5 receptors.
Eur J Pharmacol, 348 (2-3): 311-20. [PMID:9652348]
8. Siehler S, Seuwen K, Hoyer D. (1999)
Characterisation of human recombinant somatostatin receptors. 1. Radioligand binding studies.
Naunyn Schmiedebergs Arch Pharmacol, 360 (5): 488-99. [PMID:10598788]
9. Viollet C, Bodenant C, Prunotto C, Roosterman D, Schaefer J, Meyerhof W, Epelbaum J, Vaudry H, Leroux P. (1997)
Differential expression of multiple somatostatin receptors in the rat cerebellum during development.
J Neurochem, 68 (6): 2263-72. [PMID:9166718]