Receptor adrenérgico alfa 1B

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O receptor adrenérgico alfa 1B (adrenorreceptor α1B). também conhecido como ADRA1B, é um receptor adrenérgico alfa 1 e também denota o gene humano que o codifica[1] .

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  1. "α1B-adrenoceptor" (em inglês). IUPHAR DATABASE. Consult. 1 de julho de 2010. 

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