Computational and experimental evidence, together with structural data testifying the interaction of CBD with TRPV2 (Pumroy et al., 2019), suggest that this channel is among the preferential interactors of CBD and that this macromolecular partner may be directly involved in the observed neuroprotective effects.

Cannabidiol preferentially binds TRPV2: a novel mechanism of action / Landucci, Elisa; Pellegrini-Giampietro, Domenico E; Gianoncelli, Alessandra; Ribaudo, Giovanni. - In: NEURAL REGENERATION RESEARCH. - ISSN 1673-5374. - STAMPA. - 17:(2022), pp. 2693-2694. [10.4103/1673-5374.335821]

Cannabidiol preferentially binds TRPV2: a novel mechanism of action

Landucci, Elisa;Pellegrini-Giampietro, Domenico E;
2022

Abstract

Computational and experimental evidence, together with structural data testifying the interaction of CBD with TRPV2 (Pumroy et al., 2019), suggest that this channel is among the preferential interactors of CBD and that this macromolecular partner may be directly involved in the observed neuroprotective effects.
2022
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Landucci, Elisa; Pellegrini-Giampietro, Domenico E; Gianoncelli, Alessandra; Ribaudo, Giovanni
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