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1976) proposed the existence of mu, kappa, and sigma opioid receptors based on observed differences in pharmacological profiles of drugs seen with variably selective opioid agonists and antagonists. Other groups have provided evidence for the delta subtype (Hughes et al. 1975). The mu opioid receptor has been extensively characterized (Lord et al. 1976; Lord et al. 1977; Chang et al. 1979; Chang and Cuatrecasas 1981). Classical opioid effects, such as analgesia induced by morphine and its congeners, are thought to be mediated by the mu opioid receptor, which preferentially binds the levorotatory isomer.
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