Transportator noradrenalini
Transportator norepinephrini
NET
SLC6A2
Alia nomina NAT1, NET, NET1, SLC6A5
Locus geni (homo)
Chromosomate 16 locatum
Chromosoma 16 (humanum)
Locus 16q12.2 (homo)
NET
Transportandum noradrenalinum
Fontes externae OMIM: 163970

Transportator noradrenalini sive transportator norepinephrini (abbreviatura internationalis: NET) vel cursor solubilis familiae sextae membri secundi (abbreviatura internationalis: SLC6A2) est transportator neurotransmissoris noradrenalini (norepinephrini, NE) exclusive in terminalibus neuronorum sympathicorum inventus. NET per natrio/chloro (Na+/Cl-) pendentem reabsorptionem noradrenalini extracellularis summam noradrenalini intra fissuram synapticam reducit.

Inhibitio pharmacologia dolores levare possit[1].

Genetica

recensere

Genum nomine SLC6A2 in hominibus chromosomate 16 locatum est.

  1. Rickli A., Liakoni E., Hoener M. C., Liechti M. E. (2008). "Opioid-induced inhibition of the human 5-HT and noradrenaline transporters in vitro: link to clinical reports of serotonin syndrome". British journal of pharmacology 175 (3): 532-43 

Nexus interni

 

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