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    1. Rinken, A; Terasmaa, A; Raidaru, G; Fuxe, K
      D-2 dopamine receptor-G protein coupling. Cross-regulation of agonist and guanosine nucleotide binding sites

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    2. Wilson, GG; Karlin, A
      Acetylcholine receptor channel structure in the resting, open, and desensitized states probed with the substituted-cysteine-accessibility method

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    3. Grosman, C; Auerbach, A
      The dissociation of acetylcholine from open nicotinic receptor channels

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    4. Sieb, JP; Kraner, S; Steinlein, OK; Bufler, J
      Congential myasthenic syndromes

      KLINISCHE NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE
    5. Lindstrom, JM
      Acetylcholine receptors and myasthenia

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    6. Subramanian, G; Paterlini, MG; Portoghese, PS; Ferguson, DM
      Molecular docking reveals a novel binding site model for fentanyl at the mu-opioid receptor

      JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Dworakowska, B; Dolowy, K
      Ion channels-related diseases

      ACTA BIOCHIMICA POLONICA
    8. Bouzat, C; Barrantes, FJ
      Inherited and experimentally induced changes in gating kinetics of muscle nicotinic acetylcholine receptor

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Engel, AG
      Congenital myasthenic syndromes

      JOURNAL OF CHILD NEUROLOGY
    10. Garnier, V; Zini, R; Tillement, JP
      A GppNHp-insensitivity factor modulates the activation of beta-adrenoceptor-coupled G(s) protein in rat cortex and cerebellum

      FUNDAMENTAL & CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    11. Nichols, P; Croxen, R; Vincent, A; Rutter, R; Hutchinson, M; Newsom-Davis, J; Beeson, D
      Mutation of the acetylcholine receptor epsilon-subunit promoter in congenital myasthenic syndrome

      ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY
    12. Surtees, R
      Inborn errors of neurotransmitter receptors

      JOURNAL OF INHERITED METABOLIC DISEASE
    13. Abicht, A; Stucka, R; Karcagi, V; Herczegfalvi, A; Horvath, R; Mortier, W; Schara, U; Ramaekers, V; Jost, W; Brunner, J; Janssen, G; Seidel, U; Schlotter, B; Muller-Felber, W; Pongratz, D; Rudel, R; Lochmuller, H
      A common mutation (epsilon 1267delG) in congenital myasthenic patients of Gypsy ethnic origin

      NEUROLOGY
    14. Middleton, L; Ohno, K; Christodoulou, K; Brengman, J; Milone, M; Neocleous, V; Serdaroglu, P; Deymeer, F; Ozdemir, C; Mubaidin, A; Horany, K; Al-Shehab, A; Mavromatis, I; Mylonas, I; Tsingis, M; Zamba, E; Pantzaris, M; Kyriallis, K; Engel, AG
      Chromosome 17p-linked myasthenias stem from defects in the acetylcholine receptor epsilon-subunit gene

      NEUROLOGY
    15. Zhou, M; Engel, AG; Auerbach, A
      Serum choline activates mutant acetylcholine receptors that cause slow channel congenital myasthenic syndromes

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    16. Quiram, PA; Ohno, K; Milone, M; Patterson, MC; Pruitt, NJ; Brengman, JM; Sine, SM; Engel, AG
      Mutation causing congenital myasthenia reveals acetylcholine receptor beta/delta subunit interaction essential for assembly

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    17. Engel, AG; Ohno, K; Sine, SM
      Congenital myasthenic syndromes - Recent advances

      ARCHIVES OF NEUROLOGY
    18. Lena, C; Changeux, JP
      Pathological mutations of nicotinic receptors and nicotine-based therapiesfor brain disorders

      NEURONAL PLASTICITY: BUILDING A BRIDGE FROM THE LABORATORY TO THE CLINIC
    19. SYLTE I; ROBINJAGERSCHMIDT C; BIHOREAU C; HENDRICKSEN L; CALVET A; BENICOURT C; DAHL SG
      MOLECULAR MODELING OF THE NPY BINDING-SITE ON THE Y-1 RECEPTOR

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR MODELING
    20. OHNO K; ENGEL AG
      CONGENITAL MYASTHENIC SYNDROMES - GENE MUTATION

      Neuromuscular disorders
    21. FUKUDOME T; OHNO K; BRENGMAN JM; ENGEL AG
      QUINIDINE NORMALIZES THE OPEN DURATION OF SLOW-CHANNEL MUTANTS OF THEACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR

      NeuroReport
    22. LENA C; CHANGEUX JP
      ALLOSTERIC NICOTINIC RECEPTORS, HUMAN PATHOLOGIES

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    23. ENGEL AG; OHNO K; SINE SM
      CONGENITAL MYASTHENIC SYNDROMES - EXPERIMENTS OF NATURE

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    24. MILONE M; WANG HL; OHNO K; PRINCE R; FUKUDOME T; SHEN XM; BRENGMAN JM; GRIGGS RC; SINE SM; ENGEL AG
      MODE SWITCHING KINETICS PRODUCED BY A NATURALLY-OCCURRING MUTATION INTHE CYTOPLASMIC LOOP OF THE HUMAN ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR EPSILON-SUBUNIT

      Neuron
    25. Changeux, JP; Edelstein, SJ
      Allosteric receptors after 30 years

      NEURON
    26. WINTZEN AR; PLOMP JJ; MOLENAAR PC; VANDIJK JG; VANKEMPEN GTH; VOS RM; WOKKE JHJ; VINCENT A
      ACQUIRED SLOW-CHANNEL SYNDROME - A FORM OF MYASTHENIA-GRAVIS WITH PROLONGED OPEN TIME OF THE ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR CHANNEL

      Annals of neurology
    27. OHNO K; ANLAR B; OZDIRIM E; BRENGMAN JM; DEBLEECKER JL; ENGEL AG
      MYASTHENIC SYNDROMES IN TURKISH KINSHIPS DUE TO MUTATIONS IN THE ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR

      Annals of neurology
    28. Topham, CM; Mouledous, L; Poda, G; Maigret, B; Meunier, JC
      Molecular modelling of the ORL1 receptor and its complex with nociceptin

      PROTEIN ENGINEERING
    29. SIEB JP; DORFLER P; TZARTOS S; WEWER UM; RUEGG MA; MEYER D; BAUMANN I; LINDEMUTH R; JAKSCHIK J; RIES F
      CONGENITAL MYASTHENIC SYNDROMES IN 2 KINSHIPS WITH END-PLATE ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR AND UTROPHIN DEFICIENCY

      Neurology
    30. MACONOCHIE DJ; STEINBACH JH
      THE CHANNEL OPENING RATE OF ADULT-TYPE AND FETAL-TYPE MOUSE MUSCLE NICOTINIC RECEPTORS ACTIVATED BY ACETYLCHOLINE

      Journal of physiology
    31. PRINCE RJ; SINE SM
      EPIBATIDINE ACTIVATES MUSCLE ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS WITH UNIQUE SITESELECTIVITY

      Biophysical journal
    32. MENOLD MM; SADEH M; LENNON F; BLATT I; GOLDHAMMER Y; YAMAOKA LH; VANCE JM; PERICAKVANCE MA
      EVIDENCE FOR GENETIC-HETEROGENEITY SUPPORTS CLINICAL DIFFERENCES IN CONGENITAL MYASTHENIC SYNDROMES

      Human heredity
    33. LENA C; CHANGEUX JP
      PATHOLOGICAL MUTATIONS OF NICOTINIC RECEPTORS AND NICOTINE-BASED THERAPIES FOR BRAIN DISORDERS

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    34. LINDSTROM J
      NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS IN HEALTH AND DISEASE

      Molecular neurobiology
    35. EDELSTEIN SJ; SCHAAD O; CHANGEUX JP
      MYASTHENIC NICOTINIC RECEPTOR MUTANT INTERPRETED IN TERMS OF THE ALLOSTERIC MODEL

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    36. KURYATOV A; GERZANICH V; NELSON M; OLALE F; LINDSTROM J
      MUTATION CAUSING AUTOSOMAL-DOMINANT NOCTURNAL FRONTAL-LOBE EPILEPSY ALTERS CA2-4-BETA-2 NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS( PERMEABILITY, CONDUCTANCE, AND GATING OF HUMAN ALPHA)

      The Journal of neuroscience
    37. MILONE M; WANG HL; OHNO K; FUKUDOME T; PRUITT JN; BREN N; SINE SM; ENGEL AG
      SLOW-CHANNEL MYASTHENIC SYNDROME CAUSED BY ENHANCED ACTIVATION, DESENSITIZATION, AND AGONIST BINDING-AFFINITY ATTRIBUTABLE TO MUTATION IN THE M2 DOMAIN OF THE ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR ALPHA-SUBUNIT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    38. SHPAKOV AO
      MOLECULAR-BASIS OF THE FUNCTIONAL COUPLIN G OF RECEPTORS TO GTP-BINDING PROTEINS

      Biologiceskie membrany
    39. ROTH GS; JOSEPH JA; MASON RP
      MEMBRANE-ALTERATIONS AS CAUSES OF IMPAIRED SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE AND AGING

      Trends in neurosciences
    40. FUKUDA K; TERASAKO K; KATO S; MORI K
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE AMINO-ACID-RESIDUES INVOLVED IN SELECTIVE AGONIST BINDING IN THE FIRST EXTRACELLULAR LOOP OF THE DELTA-OPIOID AND MU-OPIOID RECEPTORS

      FEBS letters
    41. FREEDMAN SB; PATEL S; MARWOOD R; EMMS F; SEABROOK GR; KNOWLES MR; MCALLISTER G
      EXPRESSION AND PHARMACOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HUMAN D-3 DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    42. SIDHU A; KIMURA K
      TEMPERATURE SENSITIVITY OF AGONIST HIGH-AFFINITY BINDING-SITES OF SOLUBILIZED AND RECONSTITUTED D-1 DOPAMINE-RECEPTORS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    43. ISHIGAMI A; ROTH GS
      AGE-RELATED-CHANGES IN DNA-SYNTHESIS STIMULATED BY EPINEPHRINE AND ISOPROTOTERENOL IN PRIMARY CULTURED RAT HEPATOCYTES

      Journal of cellular physiology
    44. SYLTE I; EDVARDSEN O; DAHL SG
      MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS OF THE 5-HT(1A) RECEPTOR AND LIGANDS

      Protein engineering
    45. LIAO JK; HOMCY CJ
      THE G-PROTEINS OF THE G-ALPHA(I) AND G-ALPHA(Q) FAMILY COUPLED THE BRADYKININ RECEPTOR TO THE RELEASE OF ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED RELAXING FACTOR

      The Journal of clinical investigation


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