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Signaling Pathways Coupled to Activation of the Kinin B1 Receptor

By Pamela Ehrenfeld, Carlos D. Figueroa, Kanti D. Bhoola and Carola E. Matus

Submitted: June 29th 2011Reviewed: March 23rd 2012Published: June 5th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/48058

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Pamela Ehrenfeld, Carlos D. Figueroa, Kanti D. Bhoola and Carola E. Matus (June 5th 2012). Signaling Pathways Coupled to Activation of the Kinin B1 Receptor, Advances in Protein Kinases Gabriela Da Silva Xavier, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/48058. Available from:

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