Drug Receptors - Where to find info?

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Hey Guys;

Well, I need help on the following;

Ligand Gated Ion Receptors
G-Protein Coupled Receptors
cAMP System
Kinase Receptors

I am currently using the book "Rang and Dale's Pharmacology" but, it really just goes into generics and no real detail needed because these are potential 20 markers... =(

Does anyone know a good website/video/book I can use to learn these in enough depth for, what is basically a short essay?
Or if anyone has any notes or has access to some, would they mind helping me out please?

Exam is on the 15th of January.
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Hey Guys;

Well, I need help on the following;

Ligand Gated Ion Receptors
G-Protein Coupled Receptors
cAMP System
Kinase Receptors

I am currently using the book "Rang and Dale's Pharmacology" but, it really just goes into generics and no real detail needed because these are potential 20 markers... =(

Does anyone know a good website/video/book I can use to learn these in enough depth for, what is basically a short essay?
Or if anyone has any notes or has access to some, would they mind helping me out please?

Exam is on the 15th of January.
Alberts et al., Molecular Biology of the Cell
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Alberts et al., Molecular Biology of the Cell
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Yeah: Alberts B et al. (2010) Essential Cell Biology. 3rd ed. New York: Garland Science. (Chapter 16: 531-570).

That has some very pretty pictures
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Yeah: Alberts B et al. (2010) Essential Cell Biology. 3rd ed. New York: Garland Science. (Chapter 16: 531-570).

That has some very pretty pictures
I actually have the 4th Edition and never actually thought of using that because it was used in a module which I did last year... =l
It was titled "Cell Biochemistry and Genetics", however, never actually thought of a link between that and my current module "Drugs and Disease"...

Thanks. =)
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