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Purinergic receptor

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Purinergic receptor: any molecular receptor for adenine, guanine, or other purine, or their nucleosides or nucleotides, including cyclic nucleotides other than cAMP (see NT); adenine and ATP are important neurotransmitters, so their receptors are found in neural synapses, among other sites.
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