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Endocananbinoid = Endogenous Cannabinoid or CB1 and CB2 ligands.

I'm asking which endocannabinoid transporters exist and could the one answering show all the evidence for the existence of the transporters they mention. For instance anandamide is suspected to have a transporter and there is some evidence for its existence, and paracetamol's chief active metabolite, AM404, appears to work by inhibiting the actions of the anandamide transporter.

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Could you clarify your question a bit? I'm having a hard time understanding what exactly you are looking for as you provide no context to your question. – Mad Scientist Jan 11 '13 at 13:54

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