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    1. Visiers, I; Ballesteros, JA; Weinstein, H
      Three-dimensional representations of G protein-coupled receptor structuresand mechanisms

      G PROTEIN PATHWAYS, PT A, RECEPTORS
    2. Ballesteros, JA; Rico, AM
      Public financing of cooperative R&D projects in Spain: the Concerted Projects under the National R&D Plan

      RESEARCH POLICY
    3. Ballesteros, JA; Shi, L; Javitch, JA
      Structural mimicry in G protein-coupled receptors: Implications of the high-resolution structure of rhodopsin for structure-function analysis of rhodopsin-like receptors

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    4. Ballesteros, JA; Jensen, AD; Liapakis, G; Rasmussen, SGF; Shi, L; Gether, U; Javitch, JA
      Activation of the beta(2)-adrenergic receptor involves disruption of an ionic lock between the cytoplasmic ends of transmembrane segments 3 and 6

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    5. Govaerts, C; Lefort, A; Costagliola, S; Wodak, SJ; Ballesteros, JA; Van Sande, J; Pardo, L; Vassart, G
      A conserved Asn in transmembrane helix 7 is an on/off switch in the activation of the thyrotropin receptor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    6. Govaerts, C; Blanpain, C; Deupi, X; Ballet, S; Ballesteros, JA; Wodak, SJ; Vassart, G; Pardo, L; Parmentier, M
      The TXP motif in the second transmembrane helix of CCR5 - A structural determinant of chemokine-induced activation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Jensen, AD; Guarnieri, F; Rasmussen, SGF; Asmar, F; Ballesteros, JA; Gether, U
      Agonist-induced conformational changes at the cytoplasmic side of transmembrane segment 6 in the beta(2) adrenergic receptor mapped by site-selectivefluorescent labeling

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Shi, L; Simpson, MM; Ballesteros, JA; Javitch, JA
      The first transmembrane segment of the dopamine D2 receptor: Accessibilityin the binding-site crevice and position in the transmembrane bundle

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    9. Clara, A; Miralles, M; Ysa, A; Ballesteros, JA; Mir, ML; Vidal-Barraquer, F
      Vascular complications after kidney transplantation

      COMPLICATIONS IN VASCULAR AND ENDOVASCULAR SURGERY, PT I
    10. Liapakis, G; Ballesteros, JA; Papachristou, S; Chan, WC; Chen, X; Javitch, JA
      The forgotten serine - A critical role for Ser-203(5.42) in ligand bindingto and activation of the beta(2)-adrenergic receptor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    11. Ballesteros, JA; Deupi, X; Olivella, M; Haaksma, EEJ; Pardo, L
      Serine and threonine residues bend alpha-helices in the chi(1) = g(-) conformation

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    12. Javitch, JA; Shi, L; Simpson, MM; Chen, JY; Chiappa, V; Visiers, I; Weinstein, H; Ballesteros, JA
      The fourth transmembrane segment of the dopamine D2 receptor: Accessibility in the binding-site crevice and position in the transmembrane bundle

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    13. Simpson, MM; Ballesteros, JA; Chiappa, V; Chen, JY; Suehiro, M; Hartman, DS; Godel, T; Snyder, LA; Sakmar, TP; Javitch, JA
      Dopamine D4/D2 receptor selectivity is determined by a divergent aromatic microdomain contained within the second, third, and seventh membrane-spanning segments

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    14. Ri, Y; Ballesteros, JA; Abrams, CK; Oh, S; Verselis, VK; Weinstein, H; Bargiello, TA
      The role of a conserved proline residue in mediating conformational changes associated with voltage gating of Cx32 gap junctions

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    15. Javitch, JA; Ballesteros, JA; Chen, JY; Chiappa, V; Simpson, MM
      Electrostatic and aromatic microdomains within the binding-site crevice ofthe D2 receptor: Contributions of the second membrane-spanning segment

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    16. JENSEN AD; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H; GETHER U
      SITE-SELECTIVE FLUORESCENT LABELING OF THE BETA-2 ADRENOCEPTOR - MAPPING AGONIST-INDUCED CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES AT THE CYTOPLASMIC SIDE OF TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENT VI

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    17. GETHER U; JENSEN AD; GHANOUNI P; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H; KOBILKA BK
      DELINEATING STRUCTURAL-CHANGES INVOLVED IN ACTIVATION OF G-PROTEIN COUPLED RECEPTORS BY FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    18. GETHER U; JENSEN AD; GHANOUNI P; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H; KOBILKA BK
      DELINEATING STRUCTURAL-CHANGES INVOLVED IN ACTIVATION OF G-PROTEIN COUPLED RECEPTORS BY FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    19. KONVICKA K; GUARNIERI F; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H
      A PROPOSED STRUCTURE FOR TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENT-7 OF G-PROTEIN-COUPLEDRECEPTORS INCORPORATING AN ASN-PRO ASP-PRO MOTIF/

      Biophysical journal
    20. JAVITCH JA; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H; CHEN JY
      A CLUSTER OF AROMATIC RESIDUES IN THE 6TH MEMBRANE-SPANNING SEGMENT OF THE DOPAMINE D2 RECEPTOR IS ACCESSIBLE IN THE BINDING-SITE CREVICE

      Biochemistry
    21. GETHER U; LIN S; GHANOUNI P; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H; KOBILKA BK
      AGONISTS INDUCE CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES IN TRANSMEMBRANE DOMAIN-III AND DOMAIN-VI OF THE BETA(2) ADRENOCEPTOR

      EMBO journal
    22. GETHER U; BALLESTEROS JA; SEIFERT R; SANDERSBUSH E; WEINSTEIN H; KOBILKA BK
      STRUCTURAL INSTABILITY OF A CONSTITUTIVELY ACTIVE G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR - AGONIST-INDEPENDENT ACTIVATION DUE TO CONFORMATIONAL FLEXIBILITY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    23. KONVICKA K; GUARNIERI F; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H
      PROPOSED STRUCTURE FOR THE NPXXY SEQUENCE MOTIF IN TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENT-7 OF G-PROTEIN COUPLED RECEPTORS

      Biophysical journal
    24. ALMAULA N; EBERSOLE BJ; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H; SEALFON SC
      CONTRIBUTION OF A HELIX-5 LOCUS TO SELECTIVITY OF HALLUCINOGENIC AND NONHALLUCINOGENIC LIGANDS FOR THE HUMAN 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE(2A) AND 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE(2C) RECEPTORS - DIRECT AND INDIRECT EFFECTS ON LIGAND AFFINITY MEDIATED BY THE SAME LOCUS

      Molecular pharmacology
    25. FU DY; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H; CHEN JY; JAVITCH JA
      RESIDUES IN THE 7TH MEMBRANE-SPANNING SEGMENT OF THE DOPAMINE D2 RECEPTOR ACCESSIBLE IN THE BINDING-SITE CREVICE

      Biochemistry
    26. BALLESTEROS JA; MAIMO A; USANDIZAGA I; ORFILA J
      PULMONARY TOXICITY ASSOCIATED WITH GOLD S ALTS TREATMENT

      Medicina Clinica
    27. BRAMBLETT RD; PANU AM; BALLESTEROS JA; REGGIO PH
      CONSTRUCTION OF A 3D MODEL OF THE CANNABINOID CB1 RECEPTOR - DETERMINATION OF HELIX ENDS AND HELIX ORIENTATION

      Life sciences
    28. SEALFON SC; CHI L; EBERSOLE BJ; RODIC V; ZHANG D; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H
      RELATED CONTRIBUTION OF SPECIFIC HELIX-2 AND HELIX-7 RESIDUES TO CONFORMATIONAL ACTIVATION OF THE SEROTONIN 5-HT2A RECEPTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    29. ZHOU W; FLANAGAN C; BALLESTEROS JA; KONVICKA K; DAVIDSON JS; WEINSTEIN H; MILLAR RP; SEALFON SC
      A RECIPROCAL MUTATION SUPPORTS HELIX-2 AND HELIX-7 PROXIMITY IN THE GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE RECEPTOR

      Molecular pharmacology
    30. BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H
      MODELING AND TESTING TRANSMEMBRANE HELIX CONTACTS IN G-PROTEIN COUPLED RECEPTORS

      Biophysical journal
    31. ZHOU W; FLANAGAN C; BALLESTEROS JA; KONVICKA K; DAVIDSON JS; WEINSTEIN H; MILLAR RP; SEALFON SC
      TMH-2 AND TMH-7 PROXIMITY OF THE GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE RECEPTOR

      Biophysical journal
    32. BALLESTEROS JA; PONS MR; FORTEZAREI J
      POLYNEUROPATHY BY N-HEXANE

      Medicina Clinica


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