Posted by SLS on August 21, 2005, at 7:49:25
In reply to Neurotransmitter receptors- is there a chart?, posted by 4WD on August 20, 2005, at 23:04:00
> Is there a chart out there anywhere that tells you what the different receptor sites are responsible for? I mean if I look at SLS's chart and see that something is a ACh(m) antagonist, is there somehow I can find out what that means?
You will find at the bottom of the chart the expanded names for the abbreviations and acronyms used. Just click on the * for each drug and it will take you there. You can then hit the back button on your browser to return to your previous location.
The chart, however, this does not explain the significance or function of any of the receptors or neurotransmitters. I know there are some on the Internet, but I can't recall where I have seen them. Many, if not most, of the charts suck. Please post the links to the charts you find most helpful.
I'll tell you who should create a listing of receptor function - Linkadge. I believe he knows more about this than anyone else posting here. It wouldn't have to be in a HTML chart form. His simple listings are valuable enough as is.