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    1. Castro, MG; McNamara, U; Carbonetti, NH
      Expression, activity and cytotoxicity of pertussis toxin S1 subunit in transfected mammalian cells

      CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    2. Mattoo, S; Foreman-Wykert, AK; Cotter, PA; Miller, JF
      Mechanisms of Bordetella pathogenesis

      FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE
    3. Sarrazin, P; Bkaily, G; Hache, R; Patry, C; Dumais, R; Rocha, FAC; de Brum-Fernandes, AJ
      Characterization of the prostaglandin receptors in human osteoblasts in culture

      PROSTAGLANDINS LEUKOTRIENES AND ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS
    4. Carbonetti, NH; Tuskan, RG; Lewis, GK
      Stimulation of HIV gp120-specific cytolytic T lymphocyte responses in vitro and in vivo using a detoxified pertussis toxin vector

      AIDS RESEARCH AND HUMAN RETROVIRUSES
    5. Odagaki, Y; Koyama, T
      Identification of G alpha subtype(s) involved in gamma-aminobutyric acid(B) receptor-mediated high-affinity guanosine triphosphatase activity in rat cerebral cortical membranes

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    6. Vezza, R; Rokach, J; FitzGerald, GA
      Prostaglandin F-2 alpha receptor-dependent regulation of prostaglandin transport

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Latif, R; de Rosbo, NK; Amarant, T; Rappuoli, R; Sappler, G; Ben-Nun, A
      Reversal of the CD4(+)/CD8(+) T-cell ratio in lymph node cells upon in vitro mitogenic stimulation by highly purified, water-soluble S3-S4 dimer of pertussis toxin

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    8. Marcil, J; Anand-Srivastava, MB
      Lymphocytes from spontaneously hypertensive rats exhibit enhanced adenylylcyclase-Gi protein signaling

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    9. Petitcolin, MA; Vandeputte, C; Spitzbarth-Regrigny, E; Bueb, JL; Capdeville-Atkinson, C; Tschirhart, E
      Lack of involvement of pertussis toxin-sensitive G-proteins in norepinephrine-induced vasoconstriction of rat aorta smooth muscle

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    10. Alfonso, A; Cabado, AG; Vieytes, MR; Botana, LM
      Functional compartments in rat mast cells for cAMP and calcium on histamine release

      CELLULAR SIGNALLING
    11. Colussi, C; Albertini, MC; Coppola, S; Rovidati, S; Galli, F; Ghibelli, L
      H2O2-induced block of glycolysis as an active ADP-ribosylation reaction protecting cells from apoptosis

      FASEB JOURNAL
    12. Momoi, Y; Ichiyama, K; Chowdhury, IH; Koyanagi, Y; Yamamoto, N
      Pertussis toxin enhances human immunodeficiency virus type 1 replication

      AIDS RESEARCH AND HUMAN RETROVIRUSES
    13. Kuriyama, K; Hirouchi, M; Kimura, H
      Neurochemical and molecular pharmacological aspects of the GABA(B) receptor

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    14. Holz, GG; Leech, CA; Habener, JF
      Insulinotropic toxins as molecular probes for analysis of glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor-mediated signal transduction in pancreatic beta-cells

      BIOCHIMIE
    15. Farizo, KM; Huang, T; Burns, DL
      Importance of holotoxin assembly in Ptl-mediated secretion of pertussis toxin from Bordetella pertussis

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    16. Hausman, SZ; Burns, DL
      Use of pertussis toxin encoded by ptx genes from Bordetella bronchisepticato model the effects of antigenic drift of pertussis toxin on antibody neutralization

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    17. Panaro, MA; Mitolo, V
      Cellular responses to FMLP challenging: A mini-review

      IMMUNOPHARMACOLOGY AND IMMUNOTOXICOLOGY
    18. Leclerc, P; Kopf, GS
      Evidence for the role of heterotrimeric guanine nucleotide-binding regulatory proteins in the regulation of the mouse sperm adenylyl cyclase by the egg's zona pellucida

      JOURNAL OF ANDROLOGY
    19. Ogasawara, T; Itoh, Y; Tamura, M; Mushiroi, T; Ukai, Y; Kise, M; Kimura, K
      Involvement of cholinergic and GABAergic systems in the reversal of memorydisruption by NS-105, a cognition enhancer

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    20. Cook, DM; Farizo, KM; Burns, DL
      Identification and characterization of PtlC, an essential component of thepertussis toxin secretion system

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    21. Olianas, MC; Onali, P
      GABA(B) receptor-mediated stimulation of adenylyl cyclase activity in membranes of rat olfactory bulb

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    22. SELLEY DE; BREIVOGEL CS; CHILDERS SR
      OPIOID INHIBITION OF ADENYLYL-CYCLASE IN MEMBRANES FROM PERTUSSIS TOXIN-TREATED NG108-15 CELLS

      Journal of receptor and signal transduction research
    23. TAMURA T; TAKAHASHI H; ISHIDAYAMAMOTO A; HASHIMOTO Y; IIZUKA H
      FUNCTIONAL ALTERATION OF GUANINE-NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING PROTEINS (GS AND GI) IN PSORIATIC EPIDERMIS

      Journal of dermatological science
    24. SCHULTZ JE; HSU AK; BARBIERI JT; LI PL; GROSS GJ
      PERTUSSIS TOXIN ABOLISHES THE CARDIOPROTECTIVE EFFECT OF ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING IN INTACT RAT-HEART

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    25. HOLZ GG; TURNER TJ
      PERTUSSIS-TOXIN-SENSITIVE GTP-BINDING PROTEINS CHARACTERIZED IN SYNAPTOSOMAL FRACTIONS OF EMBRYONIC AVIAN CEREBRAL-CORTEX

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    26. YOSHIDA J; TAKAMURA S; NISHIO M
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A STREPTOCOCCAL ANTITUMOR GLYCOPROTEIN (SAGP)

      Life sciences
    27. SAWYER GW; EHLERT FJ
      CONTRACTILE ROLES OF THE M-2 AND M-3 MUSCARINIC RECEPTORS IN THE GUINEA-PIG COLON

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    28. NEUMANN J; SCHOLZ H
      DEFEROXAMINE BLOCKS INTERACTIONS OF FLUORIDE AND CARBACHOL IN ISOLATED MAMMALIAN CARDIAC PREPARATIONS

      European journal of pharmacology
    29. MURAYAMA T; YAKUSHI Y; WATANABE A; NOMURA Y
      P2 RECEPTOR-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF ADENYLYL-CYCLASE IN PC12 CELLS

      European journal of pharmacology
    30. SCHEURING J; BERTI PJ; SCHRAMM VL
      TRANSITION-STATE STRUCTURE FOR THE ADP-RIBOSYLATION OF RECOMBINANT G(I-ALPHA-1) SUBUNITS BY PERTUSSIS TOXIN

      Biochemistry
    31. ZORKO M; POOGA M; SAAR K; REZAEI K; LANGEL U
      DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF GTPASE ACTIVITY BY MASTOPARAN AND GALPARAN

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    32. REMMERS AE
      DETECTION AND QUANTITATION OF HETEROTRIMERIC G-PROTEINS BY FLUORESCENCE RESONANCE ENERGY-TRANSFER

      Analytical biochemistry
    33. CURTO M; PICCININI M; RABBONE I; MIOLETTI S; MOSTERT M; BRUNO R; RINAUDO MT
      G-PROTEINS AND REGULATION OF PYRUVATE-DEHYDROGENASE ACTIVITY BY INSULIN IN HUMAN CIRCULATING LYMPHOCYTES

      International journal of biochemistry & cell biology
    34. BENNUN A; MENDEL I; DEROSBO NK
      IMMUNOMODULATION OF MURINE EXPERIMENTAL AUTOIMMUNE ENCEPHALOMYELITIS BY PERTUSSIS TOXIN - THE PROTECTIVE ACTIVITY, BUT NOT THE DISEASE-ENHANCING ACTIVITY, CAN BE ATTRIBUTED TO THE NONTOXIC B-OLIGOMER

      Proceedings of the Association of American Physicians
    35. JIANG MS; BOULAY G; SPICHER K; PEYTON MJ; BRABET P; BIRNBAUMER L; RUDOLPH U
      INACTIVATION OF THE G-ALPHA(I2) AND G-ALPHA(O) GENES BY HOMOLOGOUS RECOMBINATION

      Receptors & channels
    36. RAJAGOPALANGUPTA RM; RASENICK MM; HUNZICKERDUNN M
      LUTEINIZING-HORMONE CHORIOGONADOTROPIN-DEPENDENT, CHOLERA TOXIN-CATALYZED ADENOSINE 5'-DIPHOSPHATE (ADP)-RIBOSYLATION OF THE LONG AND SHORTFORMS OF G(S)ALPHA AND PERTUSSIS TOXIN-CATALYZED ADP-RIBOSYLATION OF GI-ALPHA

      Molecular endocrinology
    37. LYONS AB
      PERTUSSIS TOXIN PRETREATMENT ALTERS THE IN-VIVO CELL-DIVISION BEHAVIOR AND SURVIVAL OF B-LYMPHOCYTES AFTER INTRAVENOUS TRANSFER

      Immunology and cell biology
    38. DEBOL SM; HERRON MJ; NELSON RD
      ANTIINFLAMMATORY ACTION OF DAPSONE - INHIBITION OF NEUTROPHIL ADHERENCE IS ASSOCIATED WITH INHIBITION OF CHEMOATTRACTANT-INDUCED SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      Journal of leukocyte biology
    39. ANANDSRIVASTAVA MB
      ATRIAL NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE-C RECEPTOR AND MEMBRANE SIGNALING IN HYPERTENSION

      Journal of hypertension
    40. NISHIKAWA M; HIROUCHI M; KURIYAMA K
      FUNCTIONAL COUPLING OF GI SUBTYPE WITH GABA(B) RECEPTOR ADENYLYL CYCLASE SYSTEM - ANALYSIS USING A RECONSTITUTED SYSTEM WITH PURIFIED GTP-BINDING PROTEIN FROM BOVINE CEREBRAL-CORTEX/

      Neurochemistry international
    41. ELBAYA A; LINNEMANN R; VONOLLESCHIKELBHEIM L; ROBENEK H; SCHMIDT MA
      ENDOCYTOSIS AND RETROGRADE TRANSPORT OF PERTUSSIS TOXIN TO THE GOLGI-COMPLEX AS A PREREQUISITE FOR CELLULAR INTOXICATION

      European journal of cell biology
    42. OKA M; ITOH Y; TATSUMI S; MA FH; UKAI Y; YOSHIKUNI Y; KIMURA K
      A NOVEL COGNITION ENHANCER NS-105 MODULATES ADENYLATE-CYCLASE ACTIVITY THROUGH METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS IN PRIMARY NEURONAL CULTURE

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    43. HASHIMOTO T; KURIYAMA K
      IN-VIVO EVIDENCE THAT GABA(B) RECEPTORS ARE NEGATIVELY COUPLED TO ADENYLATE-CYCLASE IN RAT STRIATUM

      Journal of neurochemistry
    44. WANG L; GINTZLER AR
      ALTERED MU-OPIATE RECEPTOR-G PROTEIN SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION FOLLOWING CHRONIC MORPHINE EXPOSURE

      Journal of neurochemistry
    45. NAKATA M; NASUDAKOUYAMA A; ISOGAI Y; KANEGASAKI S; IIZUKA T
      EFFECT OF AROMATIC NITROSO-COMPOUNDS ON SUPEROXIDE-GENERATING ACTIVITY IN NEUTROPHILS

      Journal of Biochemistry
    46. KOTOB SI; BURNS DL
      ESSENTIAL ROLE OF THE CONSENSUS NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING SITE OF PTLH IN SECRETION OF PERTUSSIS TOXIN FROM BORDETELLA-PERTUSSIS

      Journal of bacteriology
    47. BRITO GAC; SOUZA MHLP; MELO AA; HEWLETT EL; LIMA AAM; FLORES CA; RIBEIRO RA
      ROLE OF PERTUSSIS TOXIN A SUBUNIT IN NEUTROPHIL MIGRATION AND VASCULAR-PERMEABILITY

      Infection and immunity
    48. SHINOMIYA T; LI XK; AMEMIYA H; SUZUKI S
      AN IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE AGENT, FTY720, INCREASES INTRACELLULAR CONCENTRATION OF CALCIUM-ION AND INDUCES APOPTOSIS IN HL-60

      Immunology
    49. SCHEURING J; SCHRAMM VL
      PERTUSSIS TOXIN - TRANSITION-STATE ANALYSIS FOR ADP-RIBOSYLATION OF G-PROTEIN PEPTIDE ALPHA(I3)C20

      Biochemistry
    50. SCHEURING J; SCHRAMM VL
      KINETIC ISOTOPE EFFECT CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TRANSITION-STATE FOR OXIDIZED NICOTINAMIDE ADENINE-DINUCLEOTIDE HYDROLYSIS BY PERTUSSIS TOXIN

      Biochemistry
    51. HILDEBRANDT JD
      ROLE OF SUBUNIT DIVERSITY IN SIGNALING BY HETEROTRIMERIC G-PROTEINS

      Biochemical pharmacology
    52. CUSSAC D; KORDON C; ENJALBERT A; SALTARELLI D
      ADP-RIBOSYLATION OF G-ALPHA-I AND G-ALPHA-O IN PITUITARY-CELLS ENHANCES THEIR RECOGNITION BY ANTIBODIES DIRECTED AGAINST THEIR CARBOXYL TERMINI

      Journal of receptor and signal transduction research
    53. FINCKBARBANCON V; BARBIERI JT
      PREFERENTIAL PROCESSING OF THE S1 SUBUNIT OF PERTUSSIS TOXIN THAT IS BOUND TO EUKARYOTIC CELLS

      Molecular microbiology
    54. BALFANZ J; RAUTENBERG P; ULLMANN U
      MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF ACTION OF BACTERIAL EXOTOXINS

      Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie
    55. OGIHARA M
      CELL-DENSITY-DEPENDENT EXPRESSION OF THE BETA-ADRENERGIC RESPONSE BY EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR (EGF) IN PRIMARY CULTURES OF ADULT-RAT HEPATOCYTES

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    56. SCHNABEL P; BOHM M
      HETEROTRIMERIC G-PROTEINS IN HEART-DISEASE

      Cellular signalling
    57. SMITH AM; WALKER MJ
      TRANSFER OF A PERTUSSIS TOXIN EXPRESSION LOCUS TO ISOGENIC BVG-POSITIVE AND BVG-NEGATIVE STRAINS OF BORDETELLA-BRONCHISEPTICA USING AN IN-VIVO TECHNIQUE

      Microbial pathogenesis
    58. SUENAGA H; KASUYA Y; KAMATA K
      GTP-BINDING PROTEIN REGULATES THE CONTRACTILE RESPONSE ELICITED BY THE PHORBOL ESTER (PMA)-INDUCED ACTIVATION OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C IN THE ISOLATED RAT AORTA

      General pharmacology
    59. ANANDSRIVASTAVA MB
      G-PROTEINS AND ADENYLYL-CYCLASE SIGNALING IN HYPERTENSION

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    60. IBSEN PH
      THE EFFECT OF FORMALDEHYDE, HYDROGEN-PEROXIDE AND GENETIC DETOXIFICATION OF PERTUSSIS TOXIN ON EPITOPE RECOGNITION BY MURINE MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES

      Vaccine
    61. SAMORE MH; SIBER GR
      PERTUSSIS TOXIN ENHANCED IGG1 AND IGE RESPONSES TO PRIMARY TETANUS IMMUNIZATION ARE MEDIATED BY INTERLEUKIN-4 AND PERSIST DURING SECONDARY RESPONSES TO TETANUS ALONE

      Vaccine
    62. OKADA F; ITO A; HORIKAWA T; TOKUMITSU Y; NOMURA Y
      LONG-TERM NEUROLEPTIC TREATMENTS COUNTERACT DOPAMINE D-2 AGONIST INHIBITION OF ADENYLATE-CYCLASE BUT DO NOT AFFECT PERTUSSIS TOXIN ADP-RIBOSYLATION IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      Neurochemistry international
    63. MATHIVET P; BERNASCONI R; BITTIGER H; MARESCAUX C
      REGIONAL DIFFERENCES OF THE INHIBITION OF GABA(B) LIGAND-BINDING BY THE GTP ANALOG GPP(NH)P

      Molecular brain research
    64. HINDS PW; YIN C; SALVATO MS; PAUZA CD
      PERTUSSIS TOXIN INDUCES LYMPHOCYTOSIS IN RHESUS MACAQUES

      Journal of medical primatology
    65. KENAKIN T
      THE CLASSIFICATION OF 7 TRANSMEMBRANE RECEPTORS IN RECOMBINANT EXPRESSION SYSTEMS

      Pharmacological reviews
    66. MURAYAMA T
      RECEPTOR-MEDIATED SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      Yakugaku zasshi
    67. RUDOLPH U; SPICHER K; BIRNBAUMER L
      ADENYLYL-CYCLASE INHIBITION AND ALTERED G-PROTEIN SUBUNIT EXPRESSION AND ADP-RIBOSYLATION PATTERNS IN TISSUES AND CELLS G(I2)ALPHA- - MICE/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    68. KAGAYA A; UCHITOMI K; KUGAYA A; TAKEBAYASHI M; NAGAOKA I; MURAOKA M; YOKOTA N; YAMAWAKI S
      DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF INTRACELLULAR SIGNALING SYSTEMS BY SODIUM-FLUORIDE IN RAT GLIOMA-CELLS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    69. UEDA H; MISAWA H; FUKUSHIMA N; KATADA T; UI M; SATOH M
      A SUBTYPE OF KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR MEDIATES INHIBITION OF HIGH-AFFINITY GTPASE INHERENT IN G(I1) IN GUINEA-PIG CEREBELLAR MEMBRANES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    70. HAZES B; BOODHOO A; COCKLE SA; READ RJ
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE PERTUSSIS TOXIN-ATP COMPLEX - A MOLECULAR SENSOR

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    71. CHAN KW; LANGAN MN; SUI JL; KOZAK JA; PABON A; LADIAS JAA; LOGOTHETIS DE
      A RECOMBINANT INWARDLY RECTIFYING POTASSIUM CHANNEL COUPLED TO GTP-BINDING PROTEINS

      The Journal of general physiology
    72. NIELSEN MD; CHAN GCK; POSER SW; STORM DR
      DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF TYPE-I AND TYPE-VIII CA2-STIMULATED ADENYLYL CYCLASES BY G(I)-COUPLED RECEPTORS IN-VIVO()

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    73. FARIZO KM; CAFARELLA TG; BURNS DL
      EVIDENCE FOR A 9TH GENE, PTLI IN THE LOCUS ENCODING THE PERTUSSIS TOXIN SECRETION SYSTEM OF BORDETELLA-PERTUSSIS AND FORMATION OF A PTLI-PTLF COMPLEX

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    74. SAKURAI S; KAMACHI K; KONDA T; MIYAJIMA N; KOHASE M; YAMAMOTO S
      NITRIC-OXIDE INDUCTION BY PERTUSSIS TOXIN IN MOUSE SPLEEN-CELLS VIA GAMMA-INTERFERON

      Infection and immunity
    75. BARRY EM; GOMEZDUARTE O; CHATFIELD S; RAPPUOLI R; PIZZA M; LOSONSKY G; GALEN J; LEVINE MM
      EXPRESSION AND IMMUNOGENICITY OF PERTUSSIS TOXIN S1 SUBUNIT-TETANUS TOXIN FRAGMENT-C FUSIONS IN SALMONELLA-TYPHI VACCINE STRAIN CVD-908

      Infection and immunity
    76. POGGI A; SPADA F; COSTA P; TOMASELLO E; REVELLO V; PELLA N; ZOCCHI MR; MORETTA L
      DISSECTION OF LYMPHOCYTE FUNCTION-ASSOCIATED ANTIGEN 1-DEPENDENT ADHESION AND SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN HUMAN NATURAL-KILLER-CELLS SHOWN BY THE USE OF CHOLERA OR PERTUSSIS TOXIN

      European Journal of Immunology
    77. ROBBINSON D; COCKLE S; SINGH B; STREJAN GH
      NATIVE, BUT NOT GENETICALLY INACTIVATED, PERTUSSIS TOXIN PROTECTS MICE AGAINST EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGIC ENCEPHALOMYELITIS

      Cellular immunology
    78. WONG WSF; ROSOFF PM
      PHARMACOLOGY OF PERTUSSIS TOXIN B-OLIGOMER

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    79. DEBRUMFERNANDES AJ; MORISSET S; BKAILY G; PATRY C
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PGE(2) RECEPTOR SUBTYPE IN BOVINE CHONDROCYTES IN CULTURE

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    80. PARESHERBUTE N; HILLAIREBUYS D; ETIENNE P; GROSS R; LOUBATIERESMARIANI MM; MONNIER L
      ADENOSINE INHIBITORY EFFECT ON ENHANCED GROWTH OF AORTIC SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS FROM STREPTOZOTOCIN-INDUCED DIABETIC RATS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    81. YOSHIDA J; TAKAMURA S; SUZUKI S; NISHIO M
      STREPTOCOCCAL GLYCOPROTEIN-INDUCED TUMOR-CELL GROWTH-INHIBITION INVOLVES THE MODULATION OF A PERTUSSIS-TOXIN-SENSITIVE G-PROTEIN

      British Journal of Cancer
    82. LIN JY; PAN JT
      PROLONGED PERTUSSIS TOXIN TREATMENT AFFECTS MORPHINES ACTION ON TUBEROINFUNDIBULAR DOPAMINERGIC NEURON ACTIVITY AND ON PROLACTIN SECRETION

      Brain research
    83. THOMAS EA; EHLERT FJ
      INVOLVEMENT OF THE M(2) MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR IN CONTRACTIONS OF THE GUINEA-PIG TRACHEA, GUINEA-PIG ESOPHAGUS, AND RAT FUNDUS

      Biochemical pharmacology
    84. THERIOT JA
      THE CELL BIOLOGY OF INFECTION BY INTRACELLULAR BACTERIAL PATHOGENS

      Annual review of cell and developmental biology
    85. PENNINGTON SR
      GTP-BINDING PROTEINS .1. HETEROTRIMERIC G-PROTEINS

      Protein profile
    86. RAPPUOLI R; DOUCE G; DOUGAN G; PIZZA M
      GENETIC DETOXIFICATION OF BACTERIAL TOXINS - A NEW APPROACH TO VACCINE DEVELOPMENT

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    87. YAMAMURA H; NABE T; KOHNO S; OHATA K
      MECHANISM OF HISTAMINE-RELEASE BY ENDOTHELIN-1 DISTINCT FROM THAT BY ANTIGEN IN MOUSE BONE-MARROW-DERIVED MAST-CELLS

      European journal of pharmacology. Molecular pharmacology section
    88. PETERSEN JW
      CELLULAR-IMMUNITY IN RELATION TO PERTUSSIS VACCINATION AND INFECTION

      Danish medical bulletin
    89. KINDT RM; LANDER AD
      PERTUSSIS TOXIN SPECIFICALLY INHIBITS GROWTH CONE GUIDANCE BY A MECHANISM INDEPENDENT OF DIRECT G-PROTEIN INACTIVATION

      Neuron
    90. ELBAYA A; LINNEMANN R; VONOLLESCHIKELBHEIM L; SCHMIDT MA
      IDENTIFICATION OF BINDING-PROTEINS FOR PERTUSSIS TOXIN ON PANCREATIC BETA-CELL-DERIVED INSULIN-SECRETING CELLS

      Microbial pathogenesis
    91. GILMAN AG
      G-PROTEINS AND REGULATION OF ADENYLATE-CYCLASE (NOBEL LECTURE)

      Angewandte Chemie, International Edition in English
    92. KOZAK KR; FOSTER LM; ROSS IK
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A G-PROTEIN ALPHA-SUBUNIT-ENCODING GENE FROM THE BASIDIOMYCETE, COPRINUS-CONGREGATUS

      Gene
    93. LOCHT C; ANTOINE R
      A PROPOSED MECHANISM OF ADP-RIBOSYLATION CATALYZED BY THE PERTUSSIS TOXIN S1 SUBUNIT

      Biochimie
    94. MARCIL J; ANANDSRIVASTAVA MB
      DEFECTIVE ANF-R(2) ANP-C RECEPTOR-MEDIATED SIGNALING IN HYPERTENSION/

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    95. RUDOLPH U; FINEGOLD MJ; RICH SS; HARRIMAN GR; SRINIVASAN Y; BRABET P; BRADLEY A; BIRNBAUMER L
      G(I2)ALPHA PROTEIN-DEFICIENCY - A MODEL FOR INFLAMMATORY BOWEL-DISEASE

      Journal of clinical immunology
    96. VAZQUEZ G; BOLAND R; DEBOLAND AR
      MODULATION BY 1,25(OH)(2)-VITAMIN-D-3 OF THE ADENYLYL-CYCLASE CYCLIC-AMP PATHWAY IN RAT AND CHICK MYOBLASTS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    97. KERR DIB; ONG J
      GABA(B) RECEPTORS

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    98. ZHANG XM; BERLAND R; ROSOFF PM
      DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF ACCESSORY MITOGENIC SIGNALING RECEPTORS BYTHE T-CELL ANTIGEN RECEPTOR

      Molecular immunology
    99. GILMAN AG
      G-PROTEINS AND REGULATION OF ADENYLYL-CYCLASE

      Bioscience reports
    100. MERTENS MJF; BATINK HD; MATHY MJ; PFAFFENDORF M; VANZWIETEN PA
      REDUCED MUSCARINIC CHOLINOCEPTOR DENSITY AND SENSITIVITY IN VARIOUS MODELS OF EXPERIMENTAL CARDIAC-HYPERTROPHY

      Journal of autonomic pharmacology


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