By Vincenzo Di Marzo
‘Cannabinoids’ is a huge time period overlaying a gaggle of usual items from hashish sativa, certainly one of which locks directly to particular receptors – protein molecules at the floor of cells – often called cannabinoid receptors. during the last a long time scientists have came across that cannabinoid receptors and their endogenous ligands, the endocannabinoids, are considering an enormous array of physiological features, together with assisting to regulate mind job, power metabolism, middle functionality, the immune approach or even reproduction.
In Cannabinoids, Vincenzo Di Marzo has assembled contributions from foreign specialists to supply the definitive consultant to what remains to be a quickly constructing examine box. After an introductory ancient bankruptcy, the ebook maintains through the biochemical, genetic and molecular components of cannabinoids, by means of chapters masking their function in overall healthiness and disease. the ultimate bankruptcy outlines the necessity for a brand new nomenclature to mirror the complicated and multi-disciplinary nature of this area.
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