The first and third intracellular loops together with the carboxy terminal tail of the δ-opioid receptor contribute toward functional interaction with Gα16

Anthony S.L. Chan, Ping Y. Law, Horace H. Loh, Peter N.N. Ho, Wai Man Wu, Joy S.C. Chan, Yung H. Wong

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