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Figure 2. The structu re of the
opioid binding receptor.
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Figure 2. The structu re of the opioid binding receptor.

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6. The structure of an opioid protein receptor is shown in Figure 2. What is the predominant secondary
structure in the opioid protein receptor?
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6. The structure of an opioid protein receptor is shown in Figure 2. What is the predominant secondary structure in the opioid protein receptor?

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Opioid receptor is a type of G-protein coupled receptor, which take...

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