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Friday, February 11, 2011

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The cannabinoid receptors are a class of cell membrane receptors under the G protein-coupled receptor superfamily. As is typical of G protein-coupled receptors, the cannabinoid receptors contain seven transmembrane spanning domains. Cannabinoid receptors are activated by three major group of ligands, endocannabinoids (produced by the mammalian body), plant cannabinoids (such as THC, produced by the cannabis plant) and synthetic cannabinoids (such as HU-210). All of the endocannabinoids and plant cannabinoids are lipophilic, i.e. fat soluble, compounds.

There are currently two known subtypes, termed CB1 and CB2. The CB1 receptor is expressed mainly in the brain (central nervous system, CNS), but also in the lungs, liver and kidneys. The CB2 receptor is mainly expressed in the immune system and in hematopoietic cells.

Cannabis sativa preparations have been known as therapeutic agents against various diseases for millennia. The native active constituent, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ9-THC) was found to be the principal mediator of the effects of cannabis.

Medical cannabis (also referred to as medical marijuana) is the use of cannabis and its constituent cannabinoids such as THC as a physician-recommended form of medicine or herbal therapy. The Cannabis plant from which the cannabis drug is derived has a long history of medicinal use, with evidence dating back to 2,737 BC.

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1 comment:

  1. Hi all,

    Cannabinoid CB1 receptors have been detected in retinas of numerous species, with prominent labelling in photoreceptor terminals of the chick and monkey. CB1 labelling is well-conserved across species, suggesting that CB1 receptors might also be present in photo-receptors of the tiger salamander. Presence of CB1 receptors in photoreceptor terminals would therefore be consistent with presynaptic modulation of synaptic transmission. Thanks for sharing it!