Definitions for "Receptor"
a docking site which interacts with a ligand; receptors may be on the cell membrane or within the cell cytoplasm or nucleus; estrogen receptors and androgen receptors are examples; all cells have multiple receptors
A structure located on the nerve cell that receives the chemical messenger (neurotransmitter, such as dopamine) sent from an adjacent nerve cell. This is how nerve cells communicate. Most of the drugs used to treat Parkinson's disease are designed to interact with nerve cell receptors and improve nerve cell communication.
A molecule inside or on the surface of a cell, which binds specific substances causing a specific effect within the cell.
a key player in both pre-synaptic and post-synaptic patterning in barrel formation
a key player in excitatory transmission and synaptic plasticity in the central nervous system
a multisubunit chloride channel that mediates the fastest inhibitory synaptic transmission in the central nervous system
the terminal structure of a neuron, specialized to receive stimuli and transmit them to the spinal cord and brain.
A sensory nerve ending that responds to a stimulus.
an organ having nerve endings (in the skin or viscera or eye or ear or nose or mouth) that respond to stimulation
An entity (e.g. controlled water, structure, etc.) which has been, or could potentially be impacted by a contaminant
The species, population, community, habitat, etc. that may be exposed to contaminants
Refers to the human population residing in the development/remediation project area that may be exposed to potential contaminants from the consumption of country foods. In those cases where no communities exist near the project site, receptors can be humans who frequent the area to gather country foods.
Keywords:  alarc, sosa, sanchez, bravo, soto
The arrival location on a back trajectory chart. Introduction Task Process Information resources Guidance Dr. Bravo Ms. Alarcón Dr. Sosa Dr. Soto Mr. Sanchez
the exposed individual relative to the exposure pathway considered. [Source: USEPA Superfund Risk Assessment Glossary
Receptor refers to the entity that may be Harmed (a person, property, habitat etc.). For example, in the Event of heavy rainfall (the source) Flood water may propagate across the Flood plain (the Pathway) and inundate housing (the receptor) that may suffer material damage (the Harm or Consequence). The Vulnerability of a receptor can be modified by increasing its Resilience to Flooding. Gouldby ...
a keystone for learning and memory
a putative molecular candidate for learning improvements observed in aged mice submitted to IFD
a cation selective channel (data not shown here) and is also weakly selective against divalent cations like calcium
Any precise location selected to represent where frequent outdoor human activity occurs.
a thousand times more responsive to sulfated octapeptide than it is to the octapeptide's unsulfated form
Keywords:  stubborn, little
a little more stubborn
a primary cause of brain injury, Klonopin may be one of the most important, treatment of CFIDS patients
Keywords:  stall, waterproof, shower, base
Waterproof base for a shower stall.
"Receptor" means an approved plumbing fixture or device of such material, shape, and capacity as to adequately receive the discharge from indirect waste pipes, so constructed and located as to be readily cleaned.
Keywords:  sash, glazed, ready, pre, panel
The framed opening ready to receive a pre-glazed sash or panel.
Keywords:  laboratory, focus, major, her
a major focus of her laboratory
Keywords:  sensor, another, name
Another name for sensor.
Keywords:  sensing, mechanism
a sensing mechanism.
Keywords:  impact, location, property
A location (usually a property) which is affected by an impact.
Keywords:  sequences, unique, class, member
a unique member of the class of sequences