The therapeutic potential of allosteric ligands for free fatty acid sensitive GPCRs

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Hudson, Brian D.; Ulven, Trond; Milligan, Graeme;
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G protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) are the most historically successful therapeutic targets. Despite this success there are many important aspects of GPCR pharmacology and function that have yet to be exploited to their full therapeutic potential. One in particular tha... View more
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