CCK1 Receptors

Supporting information

The cholecystokinin1 receptor (CCK1 receptor, CCK-A receptor) is a member of the cholecystokinin receptor group of G-protein-coupled receptors that also includes CCK2. They are located primarily in the pancreas, gall bladder, intestine and vagus nerve where they play a role in food intake, pancreatic exocrine secretion, gall bladder contractility and GI motility. The human CCK1 receptor gene has been localized to chromosome 4 (4p15.1-p15.2).

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Species Gene Symbol Gene Accession No. Protein Accession No.
Human CCKAR NM_000730 P32238
Mouse Cckar NM_009827 O08786
Rat Cckar NM_012688 P30551

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