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    1. Small, KM; Rathz, DA; Liggett, SB
      Identification of adrenergic receptor polymorphisms

      G PROTEIN PATHWAYS, PT A, RECEPTORS
    2. Fossum, E; Berge, KE; Hoieggen, A; Moan, A; Rostrup, M; Kjeldsen, SE; Eide, I; Berg, K
      Polymorphisms in candidate genes for blood pressure regulation in young men with normal or elevated screening blood pressure

      BLOOD PRESSURE
    3. Hein, L
      alpha(2)-adrenergic receptors: from molecular structure to in vivo function

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR KARDIOLOGIE
    4. Hermosilla, R; Schulein, R
      Sorting functions of the individual cytoplasmic domains of the G protein-coupled vasopressin V-2 receptor in the Madin Darby canine kidney epithelialcells

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    5. Scheinin, M; Sallinen, J; Haapalinna, A
      Evaluation of the alpha(2C)-adrenoceptor as a neuropsychiatric drug target- Studies in transgenic mouse models

      LIFE SCIENCES
    6. Khalid, M; Giudicelli, Y; Dausse, JP
      An up-regulation of renal alpha(2)A-adrenoceptors is associated with resistance to salt-induced hypertension in Sabra rats

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    7. Small, KM; Brown, KM; Forbes, SL; Liggett, SB
      Polymorphic deletion of three intracellular acidic residues of the alpha(2B)-adrenergic receptor decreases G protein-coupled receptor kinase-mediatedphosphorylation and desensitization

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Frang, H; Cockcroft, V; Karskela, T; Scheinin, M; Marjamaki, A
      Phenoxybenzamine binding reveals the helical orientation of the third transmembrane domain of adrenergic receptors

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Richman, JG; Brady, AE; Wang, Q; Hensel, JL; Colbran, RJ; Limbird, LE
      Agonist-regulated interaction between alpha(2)-adrenergic receptors and spinophilin

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    10. Chen, CH; Wang, HS; Fong, CW; Lin, SC
      Multiple phosphorylation sites in RGS16 differentially modulate its GAP activity

      FEBS LETTERS
    11. Du, XJ
      Sympathoadrenergic mechanisms in functional regulation and development of cardiac hypertrophy and failure: findings from genetically engineered mice

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    12. Malmberg, AB; Hedley, LR; Jasper, JR; Hunter, JC; Basbaum, AI
      Contribution of alpha(2) receptor subtypes to nerve injury-induced pain and its regulation by dexmedetomidine

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    13. Nasman, J; Kukkonen, JP; Ammoun, S; Akerman, KEO
      Role of G-protein availability in differential signaling by alpha 2-adrenoceptors

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    14. Small, KM; Liggett, SB
      Identification and functional characterization of alpha(2)-adrenoceptor polymorphisms

      TRENDS IN PHARMACOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    15. Kukkonen, JP; Nasman, J; Akerman, KEO
      Modelling of promiscuous receptor-G(i)/G(s) - protein coupling and effector response

      TRENDS IN PHARMACOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    16. Kingery, WS; Guo, TZ; Davies, MF; Limbird, L; Maze, M
      The alpha(2A) adrenoceptor and the sympathetic postganglionic neuron contribute to the development of neuropathic heat hyperalgesia in mice

      PAIN
    17. Graham, BA; Hammond, DL; Proudfit, HK
      Synergistic interactions between two alpha(2)-adrenoceptor agonists, dexmedetomidine and ST-91, in two substrains of Sprague-Dawley rats

      PAIN
    18. Sawamura, S; Kingery, WS; Davies, MF; Agashe, GS; Clark, JD; Kobilka, BK; Hashimoto, T; Maze, M
      Antinociceptive action of nitrous oxide is mediated by stimulation of noradrenergic neurons in the brainstem and activation of alpha(2B) adrenoceptors

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    19. Topham, CM; Mouledous, L; Meunier, JC
      On the spatial disposition of the fifth transmembrane helix and the structural integrity of the transmembrane binding site in the opioid and ORL1 G protein-coupled receptor family

      PROTEIN ENGINEERING
    20. Allman, K; Page, KM; Curtis, CAM; Hulme, EC
      Scanning mutagenesis identifies amino acid side chains in transmembrane domain 5 of the M-1 muscarinic receptor that participate in binding the acetyl methyl group of acetylcholine

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    21. Saunders, C; Limbird, LE
      Microtubule-dependent regulation of alpha(2B) adrenergic receptors in polarized MDCKII cells requires the third intracellular loop but not G protein coupling

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    22. Millan, MJ; Lejeune, F; Gobert, A; Brocco, M; Auclair, A; Bosc, C; Rivet, JM; Lacoste, JM; Cordi, A; Dekeyne, A
      S18616, a highly potent spiroimidazoline agonist at alpha(2)-adrenoceptors: II. Influence on monoaminergic transmission, motor function, and anxiety in comparison with dexmedetomidine and clonidine

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    23. Kable, JW; Murrin, LC; Bylund, DB
      In vivo gene modification elucidates subtype-specific functions of alpha(2)-adrenergic receptors

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    24. Hurt, CM; Feng, FY; Kobilka, B
      Cell-type specific targeting of the alpha(2c)-andrenoceptor - Evidence forthe organization of receptor microdomains during neuronal differentiation of PC12 cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    25. Schaak, S; Cussac, D; Cayla, C; Devedjian, JC; Guyot, R; Paris, H; Denis, C
      Alpha(2) adrenoceptors regulate proliferation of human intestinal epithelial cells

      GUT
    26. Huang, R; Hertz, L
      Receptor subtype and dose dependence of dexmedetomidine-induced accumulation of [C-14]glutamine in astrocytes suggests glial involvement in its hypnotic-sedative and anesthetic-sparing effects

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    27. Fairbanks, CA; Nguyen, HO; Grocholski, BM; Wilcox, GL
      Moxonidine, a selective imadazoline-alpha(2)-adrenergic receptor agonist, produces spinal synergistic antihyperalgesia with morphine in nerve-injuredmice

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    28. Maze, M; Fujinaga, M
      alpha(2) adrenoceptors in pain modulation - Which subtype should be targeted to produce analgesia?

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    29. Ongjoco, RRS; Richardson, CD; Rudner, XL; Stafford-Smith, M; Schwinn, DA
      alpha(2)-adrenergic receptors in human dorsal root ganglia - Predominance of alpha(2b) and alpha(2c) subtype mRNAs

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    30. Edwards, SW; Tan, CM; Limbird, LE
      Localization of G-protein-coupled receptors in health and disease

      TRENDS IN PHARMACOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    31. Shannon, HE; Lutz, EA
      Yohimbine produces antinociception in the formalin test in rats: involvement of serotonin(1A) receptors

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    32. Sallinen, J; Haapalinna, A; MacDonald, E; Viitamaa, T; Lahdesmaki, J; Rybnikova, E; Pelto-Huikko, M; Kobilka, BK; Scheinin, M
      Genetic alteration of the alpha(2)-adrenoceptor subtype c in mice affects the development of behavioral despair and stress-induced increases in plasma corticosterone levels

      MOLECULAR PSYCHIATRY
    33. Jakala, P; Riekkinen, M; Sirvio, J; Koivisto, E; Riekkinen, P
      Clonidine, but not guanfacine, impairs choice reaction time performance inyoung healthy volunteers

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    34. Stone, LS; Vulchanova, L; Riedl, MS; Wang, J; Williams, FG; Wilcox, GL; Elde, R
      Effects of peripheral nerve injury on alpha-2A and alpha-2C adrenergic receptor immunoreactivity in the rat spinal cord

      NEUROSCIENCE
    35. Olli-Lahdesmaki, T; Kallio, J; Scheinin, M
      Receptor subtype-induced targeting and subtype-specific internalization ofhuman alpha(2)-adrenoceptors in PC12 cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    36. Huang, XY; Duran, E; Diaz, F; Xiao, H; Messer, WS; Komuniecki, R
      Alternative-splicing of serotonin receptor isoforms in the pharynx and muscle of the parasitic nematode, Ascaris suum

      MOLECULAR AND BIOCHEMICAL PARASITOLOGY
    37. Hein, L; Altman, JD; Kobilka, BK
      Two functionally distinct alpha(2)-adrenergic receptors regulate sympathetic neurotransmission

      NATURE
    38. Mantz, J
      Dexmedetomidine

      DRUGS OF TODAY
    39. Fairbanks, CA; Wilcox, GL
      Moxonidine, a selective alpha(2)-adrenergic and imidazoline receptor agonist, produces spinal antinociception in mice

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    40. Prezeau, L; Richman, JG; Edwards, SW; Limbird, LE
      The zeta isoform of 14-3-3 proteins interacts with the third intracellularloop of different alpha(2)-adrenergic receptor subtypes

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    41. Calandra, B; Portier, M; Kerneis, A; Delpech, M; Carillon, C; Le Fur, G; Ferrara, P; Shire, D
      Dual intracellular signaling pathways mediated by the human cannabinoid CB1 receptor

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    42. Wurch, T; Colpaert, FC; Pauwels, PJ
      G-protein activation by putative antagonists at mutant Thr(373)Lys alpha(2A) adrenergic receptors

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    43. Guo, TZ; Davies, MF; Kingery, WS; Patterson, AJ; Limbird, LE; Maze, M
      Nitrous oxide produces antinociceptive response via alpha(2B) and/or alpha(2C) adrenoceptor subtypes in mice

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    44. OHARA K; NAGAI M; TANI K; TSUKAMOTO T; SUZUKI Y; OHARA K
      POLYMORPHISM IN THE PROMOTER REGION OF THE ALPHA(2A) ADRENERGIC-RECEPTOR GENE AND MOOD DISORDERS

      NeuroReport
    45. NUSSENZVEIG DR; MATOS NDF; THAW CN
      HUMAN CALCITONIN RECEPTOR IS DIRECTLY TARGETED TO AND RETAINED IN THEBASOLATERAL SURFACE OF MDCK CELLS

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    46. RICHMAN JG; REGAN JW
      ALPHA(2)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTORS INCREASE CELL-MIGRATION AND DECREASE F-ACTIN LABELING IN RAT AORTIC SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    47. JANUMPALLI S; BUTLER LS; MACMILLAN LB; LIMBIRD LE; MCNAMARA JO
      A POINT MUTATION (D79N) OF THE ALPHA-2A ADRENERGIC-RECEPTOR ABOLISHESTHE ANTIEPILEPTOGENIC ACTION OF ENDOGENOUS NOREPINEPHRINE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    48. ZHANG KM; WANG XM; PETERSON AM; CHEN WY; MOKHA SS
      ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTORS MODULATE NMDA-EVOKED RESPONSES OF NEURONS IN SUPERFICIAL AND DEEPER DORSAL HORN OF THE MEDULLA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    49. REUTTER MA; RICHARDS EM; SUMNERS C
      REGULATION OF ALPHA(2A)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR EXPRESSION BY EPINEPHRINEIN CULTURED ASTROGLIA FROM RAT-BRAIN

      Journal of neurochemistry
    50. NAKAMURA K; KRUPNICK JC; BENOVIC JL; ASCOLI M
      SIGNALING AND PHOSPHORYLATION-IMPAIRED MUTANTS OF THE RAT FOLLITROPINRECEPTOR REVEAL AN ACTIVATION-INDEPENDENT AND PHOSPHORYLATION-INDEPENDENT BUT ARRESTIN-DEPENDENT PATHWAY FOR INTERNALIZATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    51. SAUNDERS C; KEEFER JR; BONNER CA; LIMBIRD LE
      TARGETING OF G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS TO THE BASOLATERAL SURFACE OF POLARIZED RENAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS INVOLVES MULTIPLE, NONCONTIGUOUS STRUCTURAL SIGNALS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    52. BEAU I; GROYERPICARD MT; LEBIVIC A; VANNIER B; LOOSFELT H; MILGROM E; MISRAHI M
      THE BASOLATERAL LOCALIZATION SIGNAL OF THE FOLLICLE-STIMULATING-HORMONE RECEPTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    53. PELTONEN JM; PIHLAVISTO M; SCHEININ M
      SUBTYPE-SPECIFIC STIMULATION OF [S-35] GTP-GAMMA-S BINDING BY RECOMBINANT ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTORS

      European journal of pharmacology
    54. WOZNIAK M; LIMBIRD LE
      TRAFFICKING ITINERARIES OF G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS IN EPITHELIAL-CELLS DO NOT PREDICT RECEPTOR LOCALIZATION IN NEURONS

      Brain research
    55. JEWELLMOTZ EA; DONNELLY ET; EASON MG; LIGGETT SB
      AGONIST-MEDIATED DOWN-REGULATION OF G(ALPHA-I) VIA THE ALPHA(2)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR IS TARGETED BY RECEPTOR-G(I) INTERACTION AND IS INDEPENDENT OF RECEPTOR SIGNALING AND REGULATION

      Biochemistry (Easton)
    56. WOZNIAK M; KEEFER JR; SAUNDERS C; LIMBIRD LE
      DIFFERENTIAL TARGETING AND RETENTION OF G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS IN POLARIZED EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Journal of receptor and signal transduction research
    57. SADEGHI HM; INNAMORATI G; BIRNBAUMER M
      MATURATION OF RECEPTOR PROTEINS IN EUKARYOTIC EXPRESSION SYSTEMS

      Journal of receptor and signal transduction research
    58. ALLGEIER A; LAUGWITZ KL; VANSANDE J; SCHULTZ G; DUMONT JE
      MULTIPLE G-PROTEIN COUPLING OF THE DOG THYROTROPIN RECEPTOR

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    59. VENKATARAMAN V; DUDA T; SHARMA RK
      THE BOVINE ALPHA(2D)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR GENE - STRUCTURE, EXPRESSIONIN RETINA, AND PHARMACOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ENCODED RECEPTOR

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    60. WANG RX; LIMBIRD LE
      DISTRIBUTION OF MESSENGER-RNA ENCODING 3 ALPHA(2)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTORSUBTYPES IN THE DEVELOPING MOUSE EMBRYO SUGGESTS A ROLE FOR THE ALPHA(2A) SUBTYPE IN APOPTOSIS

      Molecular pharmacology
    61. NASMAN J; JANSSON CC; AKERMAN KEO
      THE 2ND INTRACELLULAR LOOP OF THE ALPHA(2)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTORS DETERMINES SUBTYPE-SPECIFIC COUPLING TO CAMP PRODUCTION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    62. DORN GW; OSWALD KJ; MCCLUSKEY TS; KUHEL DG; LIGGETT SB
      ALPHA-2A-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR-STIMULATED CALCIUM-RELEASE IS TRANSDUCEDBY G(I)-ASSOCIATED G-BETA-GAMMA-MEDIATED ACTIVATION OF PHOSPHOLIPASE-C

      Biochemistry
    63. JEWELLMOTZ EA; LIGGETT SB
      G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR KINASE SPECIFICITY FOR PHOSPHORYLATION ANDDESENSITIZATION OF ALPHA(2)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR SUBTYPES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    64. KING PR; GUNDLACH AL; LOUIS WJ
      QUANTITATIVE AUTORADIOGRAPHIC LOCALIZATION IN RAT-BRAIN OF ALPHA(2)-ADRENERGIC AND NONADRENERGIC I-RECEPTOR BINDING-SITES LABELED BY [H-3] RILMENIDINE

      Brain research
    65. SHILO L; SAKAUE M; THOMAS JM; PHILIP M; HOFFMAN BB
      ENHANCED TRANSCRIPTION OF THE HUMAN ALPHA(2A)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR GENE BY CAMP - EVIDENCE FOR MULTIPLE CAMP-RESPONSIVE SEQUENCES IN THE PROMOTER REGION OF THIS GENE

      Cellular signalling
    66. EASON MG; JACINTO MT; THEISS CT; LIGGETT SB
      THE PALMITOYLATED CYSTEINE OF THE CYTOPLASMIC TAIL OF ALPHA(2A)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTORS CONFERS SUBTYPE-SPECIFIC AGONIST-PROMOTED DOWN-REGULATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    67. KENNEDY ME; LIMBIRD LE
      PALMITOYLATION OF THE ALPHA(2A)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR - ANALYSIS OF THESEQUENCE REQUIREMENTS FOR AND THE DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF ALPHA(2A)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR PALMITOYLATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    68. CERESA BP; LIMBIRD LE
      MUTATION OF AN ASPARTATE RESIDUE HIGHLY CONSERVED AMONG G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS RESULTS IN NONRECIPROCAL DISRUPTION OF ALPHA(2)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR G-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS - A NEGATIVE CHARGE AT AMINO-ACID RESIDUE-79 FORECASTS ALPHA(2A)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR SENSITIVITY TO ALLOSTERIC MODULATION BY MONOVALENT CATIONS AND FULLY EFFECTIVE RECEPTOR G-PROTEIN COUPLING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    69. KEEFER JR; KENNEDY ME; LIMBIRD LE
      UNIQUE STRUCTURAL FEATURES IMPORTANT FOR STABILIZATION VERSUS POLARIZATION OF THE ALPHA(2A)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR ON THE BASOLATERAL MEMBRANEOF MADIN-DARBY CANINE KIDNEY-CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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