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So overall in the brain there are about 50 times more P2Y, and related P2Y receptors than that class of P2X receptors. There is much less P2U receptor binding. There is a set of binding sites for a,[%methylene ATP in the brain (which we can measure by binding to brain membranes and which Geoff Burnstock and co-workers have seen by 30 Discussion autoradiography) that shows the pharmacology of certain subtypes of the P2X receptor such as P2X1 (Michel & Humphrey 1993). ) which do not respond to a,b-methylene ATP.

I find it increasingly hard to explain to others that we still use these to see what happens with our receptors. There’s a real need for radiolabelled antagonists that are stable. Burnsfock: You’re right; there really is a need for such compounds. Jacohson: We’ve seen that P2Y-radioligand binding reaches a peak within five minutes or so, and then beyond that we have diminishing returns. Have you seen that also in your studies with deoxyATPaS? Barnurd: No. Was that in divalent-cation free medium‘?

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