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    1. Bubis, J; Ortiz, JO; Moller, C
      Chemical modification of transducin with iodoacetic acid: Transducin-alphacarboxymethylated at Cys(347) allows transducin binding to light-activatedrhodopsin but prevents its release in the presence of GTP

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    2. Meng, EC; Bourne, HR
      Receptor activation: what does the rhodopsin structure tell us?

      TRENDS IN PHARMACOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    3. Khorana, HG
      Molecular biology of light transduction by the mammalian photoreceptor, rhodopsin

      JOURNAL OF BIOMOLECULAR STRUCTURE & DYNAMICS
    4. Albert, AD; Yeagle, PL
      Structural aspects of the G-protein receptor, rhodopsin

      VITAMINS AND HORMONES - ADVANCES IN RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS, VOL 58
    5. Abdulaev, NG; Ngo, T; Chen, RW; Lu, ZJ; Ridge, KD
      Functionally discrete mimics of light-activated rhodopsin identified through expression of soluble cytoplasmic domains

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    6. Bofill-Cardona, E; Kudlacek, O; Yang, Q; Ahorn, H; Freissmuth, M; Nanoff, C
      Binding of calmodulin to the D-2-dopamine receptor reduces receptor signaling by arresting the G protein activation switch

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Gelasco, A; Crouch, RK; Knapp, DR
      Intrahelical arrangement in the integral membrane protein rhodopsin investigated by site-specific chemical cleavage and mass spectrometry

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    8. Chollet, A; Turcatti, G
      Biophysical approaches to G protein-coupled receptors: Structure, functionand dynamics

      JOURNAL OF COMPUTER-AIDED MOLECULAR DESIGN
    9. Klein-Seetharaman, J; Getmanova, EV; Loewen, MC; Reeves, PJ; Khorana, HG
      NMR spectroscopy in studies of light-induced structural changes in mammalian rhodopsin: Applicability of solution F-19 NMR

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    10. Cai, K; Klein-Seetharaman, J; Hwa, J; Hubbell, WL; Khorana, HG
      Structure and function in rhodopsin: Effects of disulfide cross-links in the cytoplasmic face of rhodopsin on transducin activation and phosphorylation by rhodopsin kinase

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    11. Yu, HB; Oprian, DD
      Tertiary interactions between transmembrane segments 3 and 5 near the cytoplasmic side of rhodopsin

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    12. Langen, R; Cai, KW; Altenbach, C; Khorana, HG; Hubbell, WL
      Structural features of the C-terminal domain of bovine rhodopsin: A site-directed spin-labeling study

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    13. Cai, KW; Klein-Seetharaman, J; Farrens, D; Zhang, C; Altenbach, C; Hubbell, WL; Khorana, HG
      Single-cysteine substitution mutants at amino acid positions 306-321 in rhodopsin, the sequence between the cytoplasmic end of helix VII and the palmitoylation sites: Sulfhydryl reactivity and transducin activation reveal a tertiary structure

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    14. Altenbach, C; Cai, KW; Khorana, HG; Hubbell, WL
      Structural features and light-dependent changes in the sequence 306-322 extending from helix VII to the palmitoylation sites in rhodopsin: A site-directed spin-labeling study

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    15. Klein-Seetharaman, J; Hwa, J; Cai, KW; Altenbach, C; Hubbell, WL; Khorana, HG
      Single-cysteine substitution mutants at amino acid positions 55-75, the sequence connecting the cytoplasmic ends of helices I and II in rhodopsin: Reactivity of the sulfhydryl groups and their derivatives identifies a tertiary structure that changes upon light-activation

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    16. Altenbach, C; Klein-Seetharaman, J; Hwa, J; Khorana, HG; Hubbell, WL
      Structural features and light-dependent changes in the sequence 59-75 connecting helices I and II in rhodopsin: A site-directed spin-labeling study

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    17. ABDULAEV NG; RIDGE KD
      LIGHT-INDUCED EXPOSURE OF THE CYTOPLASMIC END OF TRANSMEMBRANE HELIX-7 IN RHODOPSIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    18. KONVICKA K; GUARNIERI F; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H
      A PROPOSED STRUCTURE FOR TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENT-7 OF G-PROTEIN-COUPLEDRECEPTORS INCORPORATING AN ASN-PRO ASP-PRO MOTIF/

      Biophysical journal
    19. KIM JM; ALTENBACH C; THURMOND RL; KHORANA HG; HUBBELL WL
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN RHODOPSIN - RHODOPSIN MUTANTS WITH A NEUTRAL AMINO-ACID AT E134 HAVE A PARTIALLY ACTIVATED CONFORMATION IN THE DARK STATE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America


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