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    1. Rolz, C; Mierke, DF
      Characterization of the molecular motions of constitutively active G protein-coupled receptors for parathyroid hormone

      BIOPHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
    2. Mierke, DF; Giragossian, C
      Peptide hormone binding to G-protein-coupled receptors: Structural characterization via NMR techniques

      MEDICINAL RESEARCH REVIEWS
    3. Erlenbach, I; Kostenis, E; Schmidt, C; Hamdan, FF; Pausch, MH; Wess, J
      Functional expression of M-1, M-3 and M-5 muscarinic acetylcholine receptors in yeast

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    4. Macdonald, D; Mierke, DF; Li, HZ; Pellegrini, M; Sachais, B; Krause, JE; Leeman, SE; Boyd, ND
      Photoaffinity labeling of mutant neurokinin-1 receptors reveals additionalstructural features of the substance P/NK-1 receptor complex

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    5. Yeagle, PL; Choi, G; Albert, AD
      Studies on the structure of the G-protein-coupled receptor rhodopsin including the putative G-protein binding site in unactivated and activated forms

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Landin, JS; Katragadda, M; Albert, AD
      Thermal destabilization of rhodopsin and opsin by proteolytic cleavage in bovine rod outer segment disk membranes

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    7. Kues, U
      Life history and developmental processes in the basidiomycete Coprinus cinereus

      MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REVIEWS
    8. Yeagle, PL; Danis, C; Choi, G; Alderfer, JL; Albert, AD
      Three dimensional structure of the seventh transmembrane helical domain ofthe G-protein receptor, rhodopsin

      MOLECULAR VISION
    9. Dosil, M; Schandel, KA; Gupta, E; Jenness, DD; Konopka, JB
      The C terminus of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae alpha-factor receptor contributes to the formation of preactivation complexes with its cognate G protein

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    10. Albert, AD; Yeagle, PL
      Domain approach to three-dimensional structure of rhodopsin using high-resolution nuclear magnetic resonance

      VERTEBRATE PHOTOTRANSDUCTION AND THE VISUAL CYCLE, PART A
    11. Tano, M; Minegishi, T; Murakami, M; Ibuki, Y; Miyamoto, K
      Lack of interaction in recombinant human FSH receptor and both TSAb and TSBAb

      LIFE SCIENCES
    12. Piserchio, A; Bisello, A; Rosenblatt, M; Chorev, M; Mierke, DF
      Characterization of parathyroid hormone/receptor interactions: Structure of the first extracellular loop

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    13. Mierke, DF; Pellegrini, M
      Parathyroid hormone and parathyroid hormone-related protein: Model systemsfor the development of an osteoporosis therapy

      CURRENT PHARMACEUTICAL DESIGN
    14. Di Cerbo, A; Corda, D
      Signaling pathways involved in thyroid hyperfunction and growth in Graves'disease

      BIOCHIMIE
    15. Law, PY; Loh, HH
      Regulation of opioid receptor activities

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    16. Zeng, FY; Soldner, A; Schoneberg, T; Wess, J
      Conserved extracellular cysteine pair in the M-3 muscarinic acetylcholine receptor is essential for proper receptor cell surface localization but notfor G protein coupling

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    17. Chung, HO; Yang, Q; Catt, KJ; Arora, KK
      Expression and function of the gonadotropin-releasing hormone receptor aredependent on a conserved apolar amino acid in the third intracellular loop

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    18. Zeng, FY; Wess, J
      Identification and molecular characterization of m3 muscarinic receptor dimers

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    19. Zeng, FY; Hopp, A; Soldner, A; Wess, J
      Use of a disulfide cross-linking strategy to study muscarinic receptor structure and mechanisms of activation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Li, JG; Luo, LY; Krupnick, JG; Benovic, JL; Liu-Chen, LY
      U50,488H-induced internalization of the human kappa opioid receptor involves a beta-arrestin- and dynamin-dependent mechanism - kappa receptor internalization is not required for mitogen-activated protein kinase activation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    21. Gaibelet, G; Meilhoc, E; Riond, J; Saves, I; Exner, T; Liaubet, L; Nurnberg, B; Masson, JM; Emorine, LJ
      Nonselective coupling of the human mu-opioid receptor to multiple inhibitory G-protein isoforms

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    22. Pellegrini, M; Mierke, DF
      Structural characterization of peptide hormone/receptor interactions by NMR spectroscopy

      BIOPOLYMERS
    23. STEFAN CJ; OVERTON MC; BLUMER KJ
      MECHANISMS GOVERNING THE ACTIVATION AND TRAFFICKING OF YEAST G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    24. PINDUCCIU C; BORGONOVO G; AREZZO A; TORRE GC; GIORDANO G; CORDERA R
      TOXIC THYROID ADENOMA - ABSENCE OF DNA MUTATIONS OF THE TSH RECEPTOR AND GS-ALPHA

      European journal of endocrinology
    25. BOCKAERT J; PIN JP
      USE OF A G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR TO COMMUNICATE - A SUCCESS DURINGEVOLUTION

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    26. Malatynska, E; Waite, S; Wei, HB; Knapp, RJ; Yamamura, HI; Roeske, WR
      Structural correlates for down-regulation of m1 and m2 muscarinic receptorsubtypes

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    27. YEAGLE PL; ALBERT AD
      STRUCTURE OF THE G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR, RHODOPSIN - A DOMAIN APPROACH

      Biochemical Society transactions
    28. DOSIL M; GIOT L; DAVIS C; KONOPKA JB
      DOMINANT-NEGATIVE MUTATIONS IN THE G-PROTEIN-COUPLED ALPHA-FACTOR RECEPTOR MAP TO THE EXTRACELLULAR ENDS OF THE TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENTS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    29. PAWSON AJ; KATZ A; SUN YM; LOPES J; ILLING N; MILLAR RP; DAVIDSON JS
      CONTRASTING INTERNALIZATION KINETICS OF HUMAN AND CHICKEN GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE RECEPTORS MEDIATED BY C-TERMINAL TAIL

      Journal of Endocrinology
    30. BURSTEIN ES; SPALDING TA; BRANN MR
      THE 2ND INTRACELLULAR LOOP OF THE M5 MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR IS THE SWITCH WHICH ENABLES G-PROTEIN COUPLING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    31. WONEROW P; SCHONEBERG T; SCHULTZ G; GUDERMANN T; PASCHKE R
      DELETIONS IN THE 3RD INTRACELLULAR LOOP OF THE THYROTROPIN RECEPTOR -A NEW MECHANISM FOR CONSTITUTIVE ACTIVATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    32. PELLEGRINI M; BISELLO A; ROSENBLATT M; CHOREV M; MIERKE DF
      BINDING DOMAIN OF HUMAN PARATHYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR - FROM CONFORMATION TO FUNCTION

      Biochemistry (Easton)
    33. BURSTEIN ES; SPALDING TA; BRANN MR
      STRUCTURE FUNCTION RELATIONSHIPS OF A G-PROTEIN COUPLING POCKET FORMED BY THE 3RD INTRACELLULAR LOOP OF THE M5 MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR/

      Biochemistry
    34. BANUETT F
      SIGNALING IN THE YEASTS - AN INFORMATIONAL CASCADE WITH LINKS TO THE FILAMENTOUS FUNGI

      Microbiology and molecular biology reviews
    35. LEBERER E; THOMAS DY; WHITEWAY M
      PHEROMONE SIGNALING AND POLARIZED MORPHOGENESIS IN YEAST

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    36. BOURNE HR
      HOW RECEPTORS TALK TO TRIMERIC G-PROTEINS

      Current opinion in cell biology
    37. SCHAAF L; LEIPRECHT A; SAJI M; HUBNER U; USADEL KH; KOHN LD
      GLYCOSYLATION VARIANTS OF HUMAN TSH SELECTIVELY ACTIVATE SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    38. POZVEK G; HILTON JM; QUIZA M; HOUSSAMI S; SEXTON PM
      STRUCTURE FUNCTION RELATIONSHIPS OF CALCITONIN ANALOGS AS AGONISTS, ANTAGONISTS, OR INVERSE AGONISTS IN A CONSTITUTIVELY ACTIVATED RECEPTORCELL SYSTEM/

      Molecular pharmacology
    39. SHOCKLEY MS; BURFORD NT; SADEE W; LAMEH J
      RESIDUES SPECIFICALLY INVOLVED IN DOWN-REGULATION BUT NOT INTERNALIZATION OF THE M1 MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR

      Journal of neurochemistry
    40. YANO K; KOHN LD; SAJI M; OKUNO A; CUTLER GB
      PHE(576) PLAYS AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN THE SECONDARY STRUCTURE AND INTRACELLULAR SIGNALING OF THE HUMAN LUTEINIZING-HORMONE CHORIONIC-GONADOTROPIN RECEPTOR

      The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
    41. DIPAOLA R; MENZAGHI C; DEFILIPPIS V; CORDA D; DICERBO A
      CYCLOOXYGENASE-DEPENDENT THYROID-CELL PROLIFERATION INDUCED BY IMMUNOGLOBULINS FROM PATIENTS WITH GRAVES-DISEASE

      The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
    42. MILNE JLS; CATERINA MJ; DEVREOTES PN
      RANDOM MUTAGENESIS OF THE CAMP CHEMOATTRACTANT RECEPTOR, CAR1, OF DICTYOSTELIUM - EVIDENCE FOR MULTIPLE STATES OF ACTIVATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    43. YANG W; SCHRAW WP; MUELLER SG; RICHMOND A
      INTERRUPTION OF G-PROTEIN-COUPLING IN CXCR2 DOES NOT ALTER LIGAND-BINDING, BUT ELIMINATES LIGAND-ACTIVATION OF GTP-GAMMA-S-35 BINDING, CALCIUM MOBILIZATION, AND CHEMOTAXIS

      Biochemistry
    44. KOSUGI S; SUGAWA H; MORI T
      TSH RECEPTOR AND LH RECEPTOR, 1996

      Endocrine journal
    45. DREXHAGE HA
      AUTOIMMUNITY AND THYROID GROWTH - WHERE DO WE STAND

      European journal of endocrinology
    46. SIMONI M; GROMOLL J
      MONITORING THE TRANSFECTION EFFICIENCY OF THE HUMAN FOLLICLE-STIMULATING-HORMONE RECEPTOR CDNA IN COS-7 CELLS - EVALUATION OF THE GROWTH-HORMONE TRANSIENT GENE-EXPRESSION ASSAY SYSTEM

      Journal of endocrinological investigation
    47. VANRHEE AM; JACOBSON KA
      MOLECULAR ARCHITECTURE OF G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS

      Drug development research
    48. BUKUSOGLU G; JENNESS DD
      AGONIST-SPECIFIC CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES IN THE YEAST ALPHA-FACTOR PHEROMONE RECEPTOR

      Molecular and cellular biology
    49. LEE NH; GEOGHAGEN NSM; CHENG E; CLINE RT; FRASER CM
      ALANINE SCANNING MUTAGENESIS OF CONSERVED ARGININE LYSINE-ARGININE/LYSINE-X-X-ARGININE/LYSINE G-PROTEIN-ACTIVATING MOTIFS ON M1 MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS/

      Molecular pharmacology
    50. ITOKAWA M; TORU M; ITO K; TSUGA H; KAMEYAMA K; HAGA T; ARINAMI T; HAMAGUCHI H
      SEQUESTRATION OF THE SHORT AND LONG ISOFORMS OF DOPAMINE D-2 RECEPTORS EXPRESSED IN CHINESE-HAMSTER OVARY CELLS

      Molecular pharmacology
    51. HERMANS E; OCTAVE JN; MALOTEAUX JM
      INTERACTION OF THE COOH-TERMINAL DOMAIN OF THE NEUROTENSIN RECEPTOR WITH A G-PROTEIN DOES NOT CONTROL THE PHOSPHOLIPASE-C ACTIVATION BUT ISINVOLVED IN THE AGONIST-INDUCED INTERNALIZATION

      Molecular pharmacology
    52. BULSECO DA; SCHIMERLIK MI
      SINGLE AMINO-ACID SUBSTITUTIONS IN THE PM2 MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR ALTER RECEPTOR G PROTEIN COUPLING WITHOUT CHANGING PHYSIOLOGICAL-RESPONSES/

      Molecular pharmacology
    53. KIM WB; CHO BY; PARK HY; LEE HK; KOHN LD; TAHARA K; KOH CS
      EPITOPES FOR THYROID-STIMULATING ANTIBODIES IN GRAVES SERA - A POSSIBLE LINK OF HETEROGENEITY TO DIFFERENCES IN RESPONSE TO ANTITHYROID DRUG-TREATMENT

      The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
    54. GOLDMAN PS; SCHLADOR ML; SHAPIRO RA; NATHANSON NM
      IDENTIFICATION OF A REGION REQUIRED FOR SUBTYPE-SPECIFIC AGONIST-INDUCED SEQUESTRATION OF THE M2 MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    55. TOLBERT LM; LAMEH J
      HUMAN MUSCARINIC CHOLINERGIC RECEPTOR HM1 INTERNALIZES VIA CLATHRIN-COATED VESICLES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    56. BURSTEIN ES; SPALDING TA; BRANN MR
      CONSTITUTIVE ACTIVATION OF CHIMERIC M2 M5 MUSCARINIC RECEPTORS AND DELINEATION OF G-PROTEIN COUPLING SELECTIVITY DOMAINS/

      Biochemical pharmacology
    57. KOSUGI S; MORI T
      CONSTITUTIVE ACTIVATION OF THE THYROTROPIN RECEPTOR BY MUTATING CYS-636 IN THE 6TH TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENT

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    58. KOSUGI S; MORI T
      CYSTEINE-699, A POSSIBLE PALMITOYLATION SITE OF THE THYROTROPIN RECEPTOR, IS NOT CRUCIAL FOR CAMP OR PHOSPHOINOSITIDE SIGNALING BUT IS NECESSARY FOR FULL SURFACE EXPRESSION

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    59. KOSUGI S; VANDOP C; GEFFNER ME; RABL W; CAREL JC; CHAUSSAIN JL; MORI T; MERENDINO JJ; SHENKER A
      CHARACTERIZATION OF HETEROGENEOUS MUTATIONS CAUSING CONSTITUTIVE ACTIVATION OF THE LUTEINIZING-HORMONE RECEPTOR IN FAMILIAL MALE PRECOCIOUSPUBERTY

      Human molecular genetics
    60. SHENKER A
      G PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION - THE IMPACT OF DISEASE-CAUSING MUTATIONS

      Bailliere's clinical endocrinology and metabolism
    61. GUDERMANN T; NURNBERG B; SCHULTZ G
      RECEPTORS AND G-PROTEINS AS PRIMARY COMPONENTS OF TRANSMEMBRANE SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION .1. G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS - STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

      Journal of molecular medicine
    62. LALLEMENT JC; OIRY C; LIMALEITE AC; LIGNON MF; FULCRAND P; GALLEYRAND JC; MARTINEZ J
      CHOLECYSTOKININ AND GASTRIN ARE NOT EQUALLY SENSITIVE TO GTP-GAMMA-S AT CCKB RECEPTORS - IMPORTANCE OF THE SULFATED TYROSINE

      European journal of pharmacology. Molecular pharmacology section
    63. KOSUGI S; MORI T
      TSH RECEPTOR AND LH RECEPTOR, 1995

      Endocrine journal
    64. SHPAKOV AO
      MOLECULAR-BASIS OF THE FUNCTIONAL COUPLIN G OF RECEPTORS TO GTP-BINDING PROTEINS

      Biologiceskie membrany
    65. YANG J; WILLIAMS JA; YULE DI; LOGSDON CD
      MUTATION OF CARBOXYL-TERMINAL THREONINE RESIDUES IN HUMAN M3 MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR MODULATES THE EXTENT OF SEQUESTRATION AND DESENSITIZATION

      Molecular pharmacology
    66. DICERBO A; DIPAOLA R; BONATI M; ZINGRILLO N; DEFILIPPIS V; CORDA D
      SUBGROUPS OF GRAVES PATIENTS IDENTIFIED ON THE BASIS OF THE BIOCHEMICAL ACTIVITIES OF THEIR IMMUNOGLOBULINS

      The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
    67. LATRONICO AC; ANASTI J; ARNHOLD IJP; MENDONCA BB; DOMENICE S; ALBANO MC; ZACHMAN K; WAJCHENBERG BL; TSIGOS C
      A NOVEL MUTATION OF THE LUTEINIZING-HORMONE RECEPTOR GENE CAUSING MALE GONADOTROPIN-INDEPENDENT PRECOCIOUS PUBERTY

      The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
    68. YANO K; SAJI M; HIDAKA A; MORIYA N; OKUNO A; KOHN LD; CUTLER GB
      A NEW CONSTITUTIVELY ACTIVATING POINT MUTATION IN THE LUTEINIZING-HORMONE CHORIOGONADOTROPIN RECEPTOR GENE IN CASES OF MALE-LIMITED PRECOCIOUS PUBERTY

      The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
    69. RUSSO D; ARTURI F; WICKER R; CHAZENBALK GD; SCHLUMBERGER M; DUVILLARD JAD; CAILLOU B; MONIER R; RAPOPORT B; FILETTI S; SUAREZ HG
      GENETIC ALTERATIONS IN THYROID HYPERFUNCTIONING ADENOMAS

      The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
    70. BURSTEIN ES; SPALDING TA; HILLEUBANKS D; BRANN MR
      STRUCTURE-FUNCTION OF MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR COUPLING TO G-PROTEINS - RANDOM SATURATION MUTAGENESIS IDENTIFIES A CRITICAL DETERMINANT OF RECEPTOR AFFINITY FOR G-PROTEINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    71. HOGGER P; SHOCKLEY MS; LAMEH J; SADEE W
      ACTIVATING AND INACTIVATING MUTATIONS IN N-TERMINAL AND C-TERMINAL I3LOOP JUNCTIONS OF MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE HM1 RECEPTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    72. ZHANG ML; SUGAWA H; KOSUGI S; MORI T
      CONSTITUTIVE ACTIVATION OF THE THYROTROPIN RECEPTOR BY DELETION OF A PORTION OF THE EXTRACELLULAR DOMAIN

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    73. HIDAKA A; BAN T; PANESAR NS; MINEGISHI T; KOHN LD; TAHARA K
      THYROTROPIN STIMULATION OF THE LUTROPIN CHORIOGONADOTROPIN RECEPTOR -DIFFERENT SITES MEDIATE AGONIST ACTIVITY AND HIGH-AFFINITY BINDING/

      Thyroid
    74. BLUML K; MUTSCHLER E; WESS J
      INSERTION MUTAGENESIS AS A TOOL TO PREDICT THE SECONDARY STRUCTURE OFA MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR DOMAIN DETERMINING SPECIFICITY OF G-PROTEIN COUPLING

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    75. YAMADA M; YAMADA M; WATSON MA; RICHELSON E
      DELETION MUTATION IN THE PUTATIVE 3RD INTRACELLULAR LOOP OF THE RAT NEUROTENSIN RECEPTOR ABOLISHES POLYPHOSPHOINOSITIDE HYDROLYSIS BUT NOT CYCLIC-AMP FORMATION IN CHO-K1 CELLS

      Molecular pharmacology
    76. BENYA RV; AKESON M; MROZINSKI J; JENSEN RT; BATTEY JF
      INTERNALIZATION OF THE GASTRIN-RELEASING PEPTIDE RECEPTOR IS MEDIATEDBY BOTH PHOSPHOLIPASE C-DEPENDENT AND C-INDEPENDENT PROCESSES

      Molecular pharmacology
    77. HARAGUCHI K; SAITO T; ENDO T; ONAYA T
      DISRUPTION OF THE FIRST EXTRACELLULAR LOOP OF THYROTROPIN RECEPTOR PREVENTS LIGAND-BINDING

      Life sciences
    78. YANO K; HIDAKA A; SAJI M; POLYMEROPOULOS MH; OKUNO A; KOHN LD; CUTLER GB
      A SPORADIC CASE OF MALE-LIMITED PRECOCIOUS PUBERTY HAS THE SAME CONSTITUTIVELY ACTIVATING POINT MUTATION IN LUTEINIZING-HORMONE CHORIOGONADOTROPIN RECEPTOR GENE AS FAMILIAL CASES

      The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
    79. MORO O; SHOCKLEY MS; LAMEH J; SADEE W
      OVERLAPPING MULTISITE DOMAINS OF THE MUSCARINIC CHOLINERGIC HM1 RECEPTOR INVOLVED IN SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION AND SEQUESTRATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    80. TSUGA H; KAMEYAMA K; HAGA T; KUROSE H; NAGAO T
      SEQUESTRATION OF MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR M2 SUBTYPES - FACILITATION BY G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR KINASE (GRK2) AND ATTENUATION BY A DOMINANT-NEGATIVE MUTANT OF GRK2

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    81. BLUML K; MUTSCHLER E; WESS J
      IDENTIFICATION OF AN INTRACELLULAR TYROSINE RESIDUE CRITICAL FOR MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR-MEDIATED STIMULATION OF PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL HYDROLYSIS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    82. KOSUGI S; SHENKER A; MORI T
      CONSTITUTIVE ACTIVATION OF CYCLIC-AMP BUT NOT PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL SIGNALING CAUSED BY 4 MUTATIONS IN THE 6TH TRANSMEMBRANE HELIX OF THE HUMAN THYROTROPIN RECEPTOR

      FEBS letters
    83. KOSUGI S; MORI T
      THE 3RD EXOPLASMIC LOOP OF THE THYROTROPIN RECEPTOR IS PARTIALLY INVOLVED IN SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      FEBS letters
    84. VANKOPPEN CJ; SELL A; LENZ W; JAKOBS KH
      DELETION ANALYSIS OF THE M4 MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR - MOLECULAR DETERMINANTS FOR ACTIVATION OF BUT NOT COUPLING TO THE G(I) GUANINE-NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING REGULATORY PROTEIN REGULATE RECEPTOR INTERNALIZATION

      European journal of biochemistry
    85. MALOTEAUX JM; HERMANS E
      AGONIST-INDUCED MUSCARINIC CHOLINERGIC RECEPTOR INTERNALIZATION, RECYCLING AND DEGRADATION IN CULTURED NEURONAL CELLS - CELLULAR MECHANISMSAND ROLE IN DESENSITIZATION

      Biochemical pharmacology
    86. KOSUGI S; MORI T
      THE INTRACELLULAR REGION ADJACENT TO PLASMA-MEMBRANE (RESIDUES 684-692) OF THE THYROTROPIN RECEPTOR IS IMPORTANT FOR PHOSPHOINOSITIDE SIGNALING BUT NOT FOR AGONIST-INDUCED ADENYLATE-CYCLASE ACTIVATION

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    87. WESS J
      MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS - STRUCTURAL BASIS OF LIGAND-RECEPTOR G-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS

      Life sciences
    88. MORO O; LAMEH J; HOGGER P; SADEE W
      HYDROPHOBIC AMINO-ACID IN THE I2-LOOP PLAYS A KEY ROLE IN RECEPTOR-G-PROTEIN COUPLING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    89. WESS J
      MOLECULAR-BASIS OF MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR FUNCTION

      Trends in pharmacological sciences


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