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Details for receptor: alpha-bungarotoxin receptor

EndoNet ID: ENR01355

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  • alpha-bungarotoxin receptor

General information

  • Another prominent nAChR subtype found in vertebrate central and autonomic nervous systems contains α7 subunits (α7-nAChRs). These sites have been known to exist for many years based on their ability to bind the curaremimetic neurotoxin, α-bungarotoxin (Bgt). [1]

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Binding hormones

  • thymopoietin
    • Recent work has shown that thymopoietin, a polypeptide with actions in the immune and nervous systems, potently binds to the alpha-bungarotoxin (alpha-BGT) receptor. [2]

Anatomical structures with this receptor