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    1. Chapple, JP; Grayson, C; Hardcastle, AJ; Saliba, RS; van der Spuy, J; Cheetham, ME
      Unfolding retinal dystrophies: a role for molecular chaperones?

      TRENDS IN MOLECULAR MEDICINE
    2. Hartman, SJ; Menon, I; Haug-Collet, K; Colley, NJ
      Expression of rhodopsin and arrestin during the light-dark cycle in Drosophila

      MOLECULAR VISION
    3. Venkatesan, S; Petrovic, A; Locati, M; Kim, YO; Weissman, D; Murphy, PM
      A membrane-proximal basic domain and cysteine cluster in the C-terminal tail of CCR5 constitute a bipartite motif critical for cell surface expression

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    4. Morello, JP; Salahpour, A; Petaja-Repo, UE; Laperriere, A; Lonergan, M; Arthus, MF; Nabi, IR; Bichet, DG; Bouvier, M
      Association of calnexin with wild type and mutant AVPR2 that cause nephrogenic diabetes insipidus

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    5. Dannies, PS
      Protein folding and deficiencies caused by dominant-negative mutants of hormones

      VITAMINS AND HORMONES - ADVANCES IN RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS, VOL 58
    6. Webel, R; Menon, I; O'Tousa, JE; Colley, NJ
      Role of asparagine-linked oligosaccharides in rhodopsin maturation and association with its molecular chaperone, NinaA

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Petaja-Repo, UE; Hogue, M; Laperriere, A; Walker, P; Bouvier, M
      Export from the endoplasmic reticulum represents the limiting step in the maturation and cell surface expression of the human delta opioid receptor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Montell, C
      Visual transduction in Drosophila

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    9. Herrmann, JM; Malkus, P; Schekman, R
      Out of the ER - outfitters, escorts and guides

      TRENDS IN CELL BIOLOGY
    10. Troemel, ER
      Chemosensory signaling in C-elegans

      BIOESSAYS
    11. Dannies, PS
      Protein hormone storage in secretory granules: Mechanisms for concentration and sorting

      ENDOCRINE REVIEWS
    12. Gimelbrant, AA; Stoss, TD; Landers, TM; McClintock, TS
      Truncation releases olfactory receptors from the endoplasmic reticulum of heterologous cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    13. Cruciani, V; Kaalhus, O; Mikalsen, SO
      Phosphatases involved in modulation of gap junctional intercellular communication and dephosphorylation of connexin43 in hamster fibroblasts: 2B or not 2B?

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    14. STEFAN CJ; OVERTON MC; BLUMER KJ
      MECHANISMS GOVERNING THE ACTIVATION AND TRAFFICKING OF YEAST G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    15. KURADA P; TONINI TD; SERIKAKU MA; PICCINI JP; OTOUSA JE
      RHODOPSIN MATURATION ANTAGONIZED BY DOMINANT RHODOPSIN MUTANTS

      Visual neuroscience
    16. DWYER ND; TROEMEL ER; SENGUPTA P; BARGMANN CI
      ODORANT RECEPTOR LOCALIZATION TO OLFACTORY CILIA IS MEDIATED BY ODR-4, A NOVEL MEMBRANE-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN

      Cell
    17. Krautwurst, D; Yau, KW; Reed, RR
      Identification of ligands for olfactory receptors by functional expressionof a receptor library

      CELL
    18. KATANOSAKA K; TOKUNAGA F; KAWAMURA S; OZAKI K
      N-LINKED GLYCOSYLATION OF DROSOPHILA RHODOPSIN OCCURS EXCLUSIVELY IN THE AMINO-TERMINAL DOMAIN AND FUNCTIONS IN RHODOPSIN MATURATION

      FEBS letters
    19. ALARCON CM; HEITMAN J
      FKBP12 PHYSICALLY AND FUNCTIONALLY INTERACTS WITH ASPARTOKINASE IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    20. BENTROP J; SCHWAB K; PAK WL; PAULSEN R
      SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS OF HIGHLY CONSERVED AMINO-ACIDS IN THE FIRST CYTOPLASMIC LOOP OF DROSOPHILA-RH1-OPSIN BLOCKS RHODOPSIN SYNTHESIS IN THE NASCENT STATE

      EMBO journal
    21. RANGANATHAN R; LU KP; HUNTER T; NOEL JP
      STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE MITOTIC ROTAMASE PIN1 SUGGESTS SUBSTRATE RECOGNITION IS PHOSPHORYLATION-DEPENDENT

      Cell
    22. YOO SH; MYSZKA DG; YEH CY; MCMURRAY M; HILL CP; SUNDQUIST WI
      MOLECULAR RECOGNITION IN THE HIV-1 CAPSID CYCLOPHILIN A COMPLEX/

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    23. JACKSON DD; STEVENS TH
      VMA12 ENCODES A YEAST ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM PROTEIN REQUIRED FOR VACUOLAR H-ATPASE ASSEMBLY()

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    24. LENHARD T; REILANDER H
      ENGINEERING THE FOLDING PATHWAY OF INSECT CELLS - GENERATION OF A STABLY TRANSFORMED INSECT-CELL LINE SHOWING IMPROVED FOLDING OF A RECOMBINANT MEMBRANE-PROTEIN

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    25. PAK WL
      USE OF DROSOPHILA MUTANTS IN VISION RESEARCH

      Molecules and cells
    26. BETENBAUGH MJ; AILOR E; WHITELEY E; HINDERLITER P; HSU TA
      CHAPERONE AND FOLDASE COEXPRESSION IN THE BACULOVIRUS-INSECT CELL EXPRESSION SYSTEM

      Cytotechnology
    27. ROUVIERE PE; GROSS CA
      SURA, A PERIPLASMIC PROTEIN WITH PEPTIDYL-PROLYL ISOMERASE ACTIVITY, PARTICIPATES IN THE ASSEMBLY OF OUTER-MEMBRANE PORINS

      Genes & development
    28. KAY JE
      STRUCTURE-FUNCTION-RELATIONSHIPS IN THE FK506-BINDING PROTEIN (FKBP) FAMILY OF PEPTIDYLPROLYL CIS-TRANS ISOMERASES

      Biochemical journal
    29. MARKS AR
      CELLULAR FUNCTIONS OF IMMUNOPHILINS

      Physiological reviews
    30. ZUKER CS
      THE BIOLOGY OF VISION IN DROSOPHILA

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    31. HEMENWAY CS; HEITMAN J
      IMMUNOSUPPRESSANT TARGET PROTEIN FKBP12 IS REQUIRED FOR P-GLYCOPROTEIN FUNCTION IN YEAST

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    32. DERMER SJ; COHEN DP; THAW CN; NUSSENZVEIG DR; GERSHENGORN MC
      INTRACELLULAR RETENTION AND RAPID DEGRADATION OF HUMAN CALCITONIN RECEPTORS OVEREXPRESSED IN COS CELLS

      Endocrinology
    33. RUDD KE; SOFIA HJ; KOONIN EV; PLUNKETT G; LAZAR S; ROUVIERE PE
      A NEW FAMILY OF PEPTIDYL-PROLYL ISOMERASES

      Trends in biochemical sciences
    34. PAK WL
      DROSOPHILA IN VISION RESEARCH - THE FRIEDENWALD-LECTURE

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    35. FENG GP; DEAK P; CHOPRA M; HALL LM
      CLONING AND FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF TIPE, A NOVEL MEMBRANE-PROTEIN THAT ENHANCES DROSOPHILA PARA SODIUM-CHANNEL FUNCTION

      Cell
    36. GALAT A; METCALFE SM
      PEPTIDYLPROLINE CIS TRANS ISOMERASES

      Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology
    37. COLLEY NJ; CASSILL JA; BAKER EK; ZUKER CS
      DEFECTIVE INTRACELLULAR-TRANSPORT IS THE MOLECULAR-BASIS OF RHODOPSIN-DEPENDENT DOMINANT RETINAL DEGENERATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    38. MARTINEZGONZALEZ J; HEGARDT FG
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A CDNA-ENCODING A CYTOSOLIC PEPTIDYLPROLYL CIS-TRANS-ISOMERASE FROM BLATTELLA-GERMANICA

      European journal of biochemistry
    39. SCHUTKOWSKI M; WOLLNER S; FISCHER G
      INHIBITION OF PEPTIDYL-PROLYL CIS TRANS ISOMERASE ACTIVITY BY SUBSTRATE-ANALOG STRUCTURES - THIOXO TETRAPEPTIDE-4-NITROANILIDES/

      Biochemistry
    40. HUBER A; WOLFRUM U; PAULSEN R
      OPSIN MATURATION AND TARGETING TO RHABDOMERAL PHOTORECEPTOR-MEMBRANESREQUIRES THE RETINAL CHROMOPHORE

      European journal of cell biology
    41. RAHFELD JU; SCHIERHORN A; MANN K; FISCHER G
      A NOVEL PEPTIDYL-PROLYL CIS TRANS ISOMERASE FROM ESCHERICHIA-COLI/

      FEBS letters
    42. HACKER J; FISCHER G
      IMMUNOPHILINS - STRUCTURE-FUNCTION RELATIONSHIP AND POSSIBLE ROLE IN MICROBIAL PATHOGENICITY

      Molecular microbiology
    43. HEITMAN J; KOLLER A; KUNZ J; HENRIQUEZ R; SCHMIDT A; MOVVA NR; HALL MN
      THE IMMUNOSUPPRESSANT FK506 INHIBITS AMINO-ACID IMPORT IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    44. PARTALEDIS JA; BERLIN V
      THE FKB2 GENE OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE, ENCODING THE IMMUNOSUPPRESSANT-BINDING PROTEIN FKBP-13, IS REGULATED IN RESPONSE TO ACCUMULATIONOF UNFOLDED PROTEINS IN THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    45. SYKES K; GETHING MJ; SAMBROOK J
      PROLINE ISOMERASES FUNCTION DURING HEAT-SHOCK

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    46. SELINGER Z; DOZA YN; MINKE B
      MECHANISMS AND GENETICS OF PHOTORECEPTORS DESENSITIZATION IN DROSOPHILA FLIES

      Biochimica et biophysica acta


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