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    1. Rondard, P; Iiri, T; Srinivasan, S; Meng, E; Fujita, T; Bourne, HR
      Mutant G protein alpha subunit activated by G beta gamma: A model for receptor activation?

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    2. Gerber, BO; Meng, EC; Dotsch, V; Baranski, TJ; Bourne, HR
      An activation switch in the ligand binding pocket of the C5a receptor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    3. Meng, EC; Bourne, HR
      Receptor activation: what does the rhodopsin structure tell us?

      TRENDS IN PHARMACOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    4. Rickert, P; Weiner, OD; Wang, F; Bourne, HR; Servant, G
      Leukocytes navigate by compass: roles of PI3K gamma and its lipid products

      TRENDS IN CELL BIOLOGY
    5. Bourne, HR; Meng, EC
      Structure - Rhodopsin sees the light

      SCIENCE
    6. Servant, G; Weiner, OD; Herzmark, P; Balla, T; Sedat, JW; Bourne, HR
      Polarization of chemoattractant receptor signaling during neutrophil chemotaxis

      SCIENCE
    7. Bourne, HR; Gilman, AG
      Will cell alliance breed bureaucracy and leave contributors out? Reply

      NATURE
    8. Fishburn, CS; Pollitt, SK; Bourne, HR
      Localization of a peripheral membrane protein: G beta gamma targets G alpha(z)

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    9. Weiner, OD; Servant, G; Parent, CA; Devreotes, PN; Bourne, HR
      Cell polarity in response to chemoattractants

      CELL POLARITY
    10. Weiner, OD; Servant, G; Welch, MD; Mitchison, TJ; Sedat, JW; Bourne, HR
      Spatial control of actin polymerization during neutrophil chemotaxis

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    11. Servant, G; Weiner, OD; Neptune, ER; Sedat, JW; Bourne, HR
      Dynamics of a chemoattractant receptor in living neutrophils during chemotaxis

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    12. Bourne, HR
      Turning points - A necessary hero

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    13. Farfel, Z; Bourne, HR; Iiri, T
      The expanding spectrum of G protein diseases

      NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    14. Iiri, T; Bell, SM; Baranski, TJ; Fujita, T; Bourne, HR
      A G(s alpha) mutant designed to inhibit receptor signaling through G(s)

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    15. Neptune, ER; Iiri, T; Bourne, HR
      G alpha(i) is not required for chemotaxis mediated by G(i)-coupled receptors

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    16. Fishburn, CS; Herzmark, P; Morales, J; Bourne, HR
      G beta gamma and palmitate target newly synthesized G alpha(z) to the plasma membrane

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    17. Sheikh, SP; Vilardarga, JP; Baranski, TJ; Lichtarge, O; Iiri, T; Meng, EC; Nissenson, RA; Bourne, HR
      Similar structures and shared switch mechanisms of the beta(2)-adrenoceptor and the parathyroid hormone receptor - Zn(II) bridges between helices IIIand VI block activation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    18. Baranski, TJ; Herzmark, P; Lichtarge, O; Gerber, BO; Trueheart, J; Meng, EC; Iiri, T; Sheikh, SP; Bourne, HR
      C5a receptor activation - Genetic identification of critical residues in four transmembrane helices

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    19. Neptune, ER; Iiri, T; Bourne, HR
      G alpha(i) is not required for chemotaxis mediated by G(i)-coupled receptors (vol 274, pg 2824, 1999)

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. IIRI T; BOURNE HR
      G-PROTEINS PROPEL SURPRISE

      Nature genetics
    21. MORALES J; FISHBURN CS; WILSON PT; BOURNE HR
      PLASMA-MEMBRANE LOCALIZATION OF G-ALPHA(Z) REQUIRES 2 SIGNALS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    22. FISHBURN CS; HERZMARK P; RICKERT P; MORALES P; MORALES JM; BOURNE HR
      PALMITOYLATION AND G-BETA-GAMMA MEDIATE SPECIFIC TARGETING OF NEWLY-SYNTHESIZED G-ALPHA-Z TO THE PLASMA-MEMBRANE

      Molecular biology of the cell
    23. SERVANT G; WEINER OD; SEDAT JW; BOURNE HR
      DYNAMICS OF A CHEMOATTRACTANT RECEPTOR IN LIVING GRANULOCYTES

      Molecular biology of the cell
    24. IIRI T; FARFEL Z; BOURNE HR
      G-PROTEIN DISEASES FURNISH A MODEL FOR THE TURN-ON SWITCH

      Nature
    25. APANOVITCH DM; IIRI T; KARASAWA T; BOURNE HR; DOHLMAN HG
      2ND SITE SUPPRESSOR MUTATIONS OF A GTPASE-DEFICIENT G-PROTEIN ALPHA-SUBUNIT - SELECTIVE-INHIBITION OF G-BETA-GAMMA-MEDIATED SIGNALING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    26. BOURNE HR
      HOW RECEPTORS TALK TO TRIMERIC G-PROTEINS

      Current opinion in cell biology
    27. BOURNE HR
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION - PIECES OF THE TRUE GRAIL - A G-PROTEIN FINDS ITS TARGET

      Science
    28. ONRUST R; HERZMARK P; CHI P; GARCIA PD; LICHTARGE O; KINGSLEY C; BOURNE HR
      RECEPTOR AND BETA-GAMMA BINDING-SITES IN THE ALPHA-SUBUNIT OF THE RETINAL G-PROTEIN TRANSDUCIN

      Science
    29. BOURNE HR
      G-PROTEINS - THE ARGININE FINGER STRIKES AGAIN

      Nature
    30. NEPTUNE ER; BOURNE HR
      RECEPTORS INDUCE CHEMOTAXIS BY RELEASING THE BETA-GAMMA SUBUNIT OF G(I), NOT BY ACTIVATING G(Q) OR G(S)

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    31. IIRI T; FARFEL Z; BOURNE HR
      CONDITIONAL ACTIVATION DEFECT OF A HUMAN G(S-ALPHA) MUTANT

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    32. YAN YB; CHI PP; BOURNE HR
      RGS4 INHIBITS G(Q)-MEDIATED ACTIVATION OF MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE AND PHOSPHOINOSITIDE SYNTHESIS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    33. WEDEGAERTNER PB; BOURNE HR; VONZASTROW M
      ACTIVATION-INDUCED SUBCELLULAR REDISTRIBUTION OF G(S-ALPHA)

      Molecular biology of the cell
    34. SHEIKH SP; ZVYAGA TA; LICHTARGE O; SAKMAR TP; BOURNE HR
      RHODOPSIN ACTIVATION BLOCKED BY METAL-ION-BINDING SITES LINKING TRANSMEMBRANE HELICE-C AND HELICE-F

      Nature
    35. IIRI T; BACKLUND PS; JONES TLZ; WEDEGAERTNER PB; BOURNE HR
      RECIPROCAL REGULATION OF G(S-ALPHA) BY PALMITATE AND THE BETA-GAMMA SUBUNIT

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    36. LICHTARGE O; BOURNE HR; COHEN FE
      EVOLUTIONARILY CONSERVED G(ALPHA-BETA-GAMMA) BINDING SURFACES SUPPORTA MODEL OF THE G-PROTEIN-RECEPTOR COMPLEX

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    37. CONKLIN BR; HERZMARK P; ISHIDA S; VOYNOYASENETSKAYA TA; SUN Y; FARFEL Z; BOURNE HR
      CARBOXYL-TERMINAL MUTATIONS OF G(Q-ALPHA) AND G(S-ALPHA) THAT AFTER THE FIDELITY OF RECEPTOR ACTIVATION

      Molecular pharmacology
    38. LICHTARGE O; BOURNE HR; COHEN FE
      AN EVOLUTIONARY TRACE METHOD DEFINES BINDING SURFACES COMMON TO PROTEIN FAMILIES

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    39. VOYNOYASENETSKAYA TA; FAURE MP; AHN NG; BOURNE HR
      G-ALPHA-12 AND G-ALPHA-13 REGULATE EXTRACELLULAR SIGNAL-REGULATED KINASE AND C-JUN KINASE PATHWAYS BY DIFFERENT MECHANISMS IN COS-7 CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    40. FARFEL Z; IIRI T; SHAPIRA H; ROITMAN A; MOUALLEM M; BOURNE HR
      PSEUDOHYPOPARATHYROIDISM, A NOVEL MUTATION IN THE BETA-GAMMA-CONTACT REGION OF G(S)ALPHA IMPAIRS RECEPTOR STIMULATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    41. FAURE M; BOURNE HR
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF CAMP ON THE MAP KINASE CASCADE - EVIDENCE FORA CAMP-INSENSITIVE STEP THAT CAN BYPASS RAF-1

      Molecular biology of the cell
    42. PACE AM; FAURE M; BOURNE HR
      G(I2)-MEDIATED ACTIVATION OF THE MAP KINASE CASCADE

      Molecular biology of the cell
    43. BOURNE HR
      GTPASES - A FAMILY OF MOLECULAR SWITCHES AND CLOCKS

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    44. WONG YH; CHAN JSC; YUNG LY; BOURNE HR
      MUTANT ALPHA-SUBUNIT OF G(Z) TRANSFORMS SWISS 3T3 CELLS

      Oncogene
    45. GARCIA PD; ONRUST R; BELL SM; SAKMAR TP; BOURNE HR
      TRANSDUCIN-ALPHA C-TERMINAL MUTATIONS PREVENT ACTIVATION BY RHODOPSIN- A NEW ASSAY USING RECOMBINANT PROTEINS EXPRESSED IN CULTURED-CELLS

      EMBO journal
    46. BOURNE HR
      TRIMERIC G-PROTEINS - SURPRISE WITNESS TELLS A TALE

      Science
    47. WEINTRAUB H; ASHBURNER M; GOODFELLOW PN; LODISH HF; ARNTZEN CJ; ANDERSON PW; RICE TM; GEBALLE TH; MEANS AR; RANNEY HM; CECH TR; COLWELL RR; BOURNE HR; RICHTER B; SINGER IM; MARRACK P; FEARON DT; PENZIAS A; BARD AJ; BRINKMAN WF; MARKS PA; VOGELSTEIN B; KINZLER KW; BISHOP JM; ZARE RN; SCHATZ G; BENKOVIC SJ; GRAY HB; VALENTINE JS; CRUTZEN PJ; CHOI DW; NAKANISHI S; KOSSLYN SM; BRAUMAN JI; REES DC; BRILL WJ; SCHELL J; LUHRMANN R; WILL CL; WULF W; VERMEIJ GJ; ARROW KJ; SMELSER NJ; ANDERSON DL; ABELSON PH
      THROUGH THE GLASS LIGHTLY

      Science
    48. BOURNE HR
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION - TEAM BLUE SEES RED

      Nature
    49. BENJAMIN DR; MARKBY DW; BOURNE HR; KUNTZ ID
      SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF THE GTPASE-ACTIVATING DOMAIN OF ALPHA(S)

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    50. WEDEGAERTNER PB; WILSON PT; BOURNE HR
      LIPID MODIFICATIONS OF TRIMERIC G-PROTEINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    51. WILSON PT; BOURNE HR
      FATTY ACYLATION OF ALPHA(Z) - EFFECTS OF PALMITOYLATION AND MYRISTOYLATION ALPHA(Z) SIGNALING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    52. IIRI T; HOMMA Y; OHOKA Y; ROBISHAW JD; KATADA T; BOURNE HR
      POTENTIATION OF G(I)-MEDIATED PHOSPHOLIPASE-C ACTIVATION BY RETINOIC ACID IN HL-60 CELLS - POSSIBLE ROLE OF G(GAMMA-2)

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    53. BENJAMIN DR; MARKBY DW; BOURNE HR; KUNTZ ID
      COMPLETE H-1, C-13, AND N-15 ASSIGNMENTS AND SECONDARY STRUCTURE OF THE GTPASE-ACTIVATING DOMAIN OF G(S)

      Biochemistry
    54. BOURNE HR; WILLIAMS LT
      CELL REGULATION - EDITORIAL OVERVIEW

      Current opinion in cell biology
    55. VOYNOYASENETSKAYA TA; PACE AM; BOURNE HR
      MUTANT ALPHA-SUBUNITS OF G12 AND G13 PROTEINS INDUCE NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION OF RAT-1 FIBROBLASTS

      Oncogene
    56. BOURNE HR
      HOW G-PROTEINS TRANSMIT SIGNALS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    57. BOURNE HR
      HOW G-PROTEINS TRANSMIT SIGNALS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    58. WEDEGAERTNER PB; BOURNE HR
      ACTIVATION AND DEPALMITOYLATION OF G(S-ALPHA)

      Cell
    59. IIRI T; HERZMARK P; NAKAMOTO JM; VANDOP C; BOURNE HR
      RAPID GDP RELEASE FROM G(S-ALPHA) IN PATIENTS WITH GAIN AND LOSS OF ENDOCRINE FUNCTION

      Nature
    60. REUVENY E; SLESINGER PA; INGLESE J; MORALES JM; INIGUEZLLUHI JA; LEFKOWITZ RJ; BOURNE HR; JAN YN; JAN LY
      ACTIVATION OF THE CLONED MUSCARINIC POTASSIUM CHANNEL BY G-PROTEIN BETA-GAMMA-SUBUNITS

      Nature
    61. BOURNE HR
      G-PROTEINS - THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING GTP

      Nature
    62. CONKLIN BR; BOURNE HR
      HOMEOSTATIC SIGNALS - MARRIAGE OF THE FLYTRAP AND THE SERPENT

      Nature
    63. CHABRE O; CONKLIN BR; BRANDON S; BOURNE HR; LIMBIRD LE
      COUPLING OF THE ALPHA(2A)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR TO MULTIPLE G-PROTEINS - A SIMPLE APPROACH FOR ESTIMATING RECEPTOR-G-PROTEIN COUPLING EFFICIENCY IN A TRANSIENT EXPRESSION SYSTEM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    64. VOYNOYASENETSKAYA T; CONKLIN BR; GILBERT RL; HOOLEY R; BOURNE HR; BARBER DL
      G-ALPHA-13 STIMULATES NA-H EXCHANGE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    65. FAURE M; VOYNOYASENETSKAYA TA; BOURNE HR
      CAMP AND BETA-GAMMA-SUBUNITS OF HETEROTRIMERIC G-PROTEINS STIMULATE THE MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE PATHWAY IN COS-7 CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    66. MA YH; LANDIS C; TCHAO N; WANG J; RODD G; HANAHAN D; BOURNE HR; GRODSKY GM
      CONSTITUTIVELY ACTIVE STIMULATORY G-PROTEIN ALPHA(S) IN BETA-CELLS OFTRANSGENIC MICE CAUSES COUNTERREGULATION OF THE INCREASED ADENOSINE-3',5'-MONOPHOSPHATE AND INSULIN-SECRETION

      Endocrinology
    67. VOYNOYASENETSKAYA TA; FAURE MP; BOURNE HR
      G-ALPHA-12 AND G-ALPHA-13 INHIBIT THE MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE PATHWAY IN COS-7 CELLS

      Circulation
    68. VOYNOYASENETSKAYA TA; FAURE MP; BOURNE HR
      G-ALPHA-12 AND G-ALPHA-13 INHIBIT THE MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE PATHWAY IN COS-7 CELLS

      Circulation
    69. CONKLIN BR; BOURNE HR
      STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS OF G-ALPHA-SUBUNITS THAT INTERACT WITH G-BETA-GAMMA, RECEPTORS, AND EFFECTORS

      Cell
    70. MARKBY DW; ONRUST R; BOURNE HR
      SEPARATE GTP-BINDING AND GTPASE-ACTIVATING DOMAINS OF A G-ALPHA-SUBUNIT

      Science
    71. BOURNE HR
      GTPASES - A TURN-ON AND A SURPRISE

      Nature
    72. CONKLIN BR; BOURNE HR
      MOUSE COAT COLOR RECONSIDERED

      Nature
    73. CONKLIN BR; FARFEL Z; LUSTIG KD; JULIUS D; BOURNE HR
      SUBSTITUTION OF 3 AMINO-ACIDS SWITCHES RECEPTOR SPECIFICITY OF G(Q)ALPHA TO THAT OF G(I)ALPHA

      Nature
    74. WEDEGAERTNER PB; CHU DH; WILSON PT; LEVIS MJ; BOURNE HR
      PALMITOYLATION IS REQUIRED FOR SIGNALING FUNCTIONS AND MEMBRANE ATTACHMENT OF G(Q)ALPHA AND G(S)ALPHA

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    75. LUSTIG KD; CONKLIN BR; HERZMARK P; TAUSSIG R; BOURNE HR
      TYPE-II ADENYLYLCYCLASE INTEGRATES COINCIDENT SIGNALS FROM GS, GI, AND GQ

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    76. VOYNOYASENETSKAYA T; GILBERT RL; BOURNE HR; BARBER DL
      G-PROTEIN REGULATION OF NA-H EXCHANGE

      Gastroenterology
    77. MA YH; LANDIS CA; WANG J; TCHAO N; RODD G; BOURNE HR; GRODSKY GM
      OVER-EXPRESSION OF BETA-CELL G-PROTEIN ALPHA-S IN TRANSGENIC MICE CAUSES DOWN-REGULATED HYPERINSULIN SECRETION

      Diabetes
    78. BOURNE HR; LUSTIG KD; WONG YH; CONKLIN BR
      DETECTION OF COINCIDENT SIGNALS BY G-PROTEINS AND ADENYLYL-CYCLASE

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology


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