G Protein-coupled Receptors in Drug Discovery
Infographic Jan 08, 2018 | by Laura Elizabeth Mason, Science Writer for Technology Networks
G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) are the largest human membrane protein family. These receptors play a diverse role in numerous physiological processes and possess ‘druggable’ sites making them an attractive pharmacological target.
This infographic summarizes approved and investigational drugs, GPCR targets, and associated indications.
Download this infographic to learn about:
- GPCR structure and activation
- Established and investigational GPCR drug targets
- GPCR targeted-therapeutics for a number of disease areas
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