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    1. van Kerkhof, P; dos Santos, CMA; Sachse, M; Klumperman, J; Bu, GJ; Strous, GJ
      Proteasome inhibitors block a late step in lysosomal transport of selectedmembrane but not soluble proteins

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    2. Hammond, DE; Urbe, S; Woude, GFV; Clague, MJ
      Down-regulation of MET, the receptor for hepatocyte growth factor

      ONCOGENE
    3. Takagi, K; Saito, Y; Sawada, J
      Proteasomes are involved in the constitutive degradation of growth hormonereceptors

      BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    4. Sachse, M; van Kerkhof, P; Strous, GJ; Klumperman, J
      The ubiquitin-dependent endocytosis motif is required for efficient incorporation of growth hormone receptor in clathrin-coated pits, but not clathrin-coated lattices

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    5. van Kerkhof, P; Sachse, M; Klumperman, J; Strous, GJ
      Growth hormone receptor ubiquitination coincides with recruitment to clathrin-coated membrane domains

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    6. dos Santos, GMA; ten Broeke, T; Strous, GJ
      Growth hormone receptor ubiquitination, endocytosis, and degradation are independent of signal transduction via Janus kinase 2

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Dunn, R; Hicke, L
      Multiple roles for Rsp5p-dependent ubiquitination at the internalization step of endocytosis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. dos Santos, CMA; van Kerkhof, P; Strous, GJ
      The signal transduction of the growth hormone receptor is regulated by theubiquitin/proteasome system and continues after endocytosis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Ochsenbauer, C; Dubay, SR; Hunter, E
      The Rous sarcoma virus Env glycoprotein contains a highly conserved motif homologous to tyrosine-based endocytosis signals and displays an unusual internalization phenotype

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    10. Shih, SC; Sloper-Mould, KE; Hicke, L
      Monoubiquitin carries a novel internalization signal that is appended to activated receptors

      EMBO JOURNAL
    11. Rotin, D; Staub, O; Haguenauer-Tsapis, R
      Ubiquitination and endocytosis of plasma membrane proteins: Role of Nedd4/Rsp5p family of ubiquitin-protein ligases

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    12. Bao, J; Alroy, I; Waterman, H; Schejter, ED; Brodie, C; Gruenberg, J; Yarden, Y
      Threonine phosphorylation diverts internalized epidermal growth factor receptors from a degradative pathway to the recycling endosome

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    13. Nakatsu, F; Sakuma, M; Matsuo, Y; Arase, H; Yamasaki, S; Nakamura, N; Saito, T; Ohno, H
      A di-leucine signal in the ubiquitin moiety - Possible involvement in ubiquitination-mediated endocytosis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    14. Aviel, S; Winberg, G; Massucci, M; Ciechanover, A
      Degradation of the Epstein-Barr virus latent membrane protein 1 (LMP1) by the ubiquitin-proteasome pathway - Targeting via ubiquitination of the N-terminal residue

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    15. Kim, YN; Wiepz, GJ; Guadarrama, AG; Bertics, PJ
      Epidermal growth factor-stimulated tyrosine phosphorylation of caveolin-1 - Enhanced caveolin-1 tyrosine phosphorylation following aberrant epidermal, growth factor receptor status

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    16. Lill, NL; Douillard, P; Awwad, RA; Ota, S; Lupher, ML; Miyake, S; Meissner-Lula, N; Hsu, VW; Band, H
      The evolutionarily conserved n-terminal region of Cbl is sufficient to enhance down-regulation of the epidermal growth factor receptor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    17. Wang, ZX; Zhang, LF; Yeung, TK; Chen, XM
      Endocytosis deficiency of epidermal growth factor (EGF) receptor-ErbB2 heterodimers in response to EGF stimulation

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    18. Torrisi, MR; Lotti, LV; Belleudi, F; Gradini, R; Salcini, AE; Confalonieri, S; Pelicci, PG; Di Fiore, PP
      Eps15 is recruited to the plasma membrane upon epidermal growth factor receptor activation and localizes to components of the endocytic pathway during receptor internalization

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    19. Goike, HM; Asplund, AC; Pettersson, EH; Liu, L; Sanoudou, D; Collins, VP
      Acquired rearrangement of an amplified epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) gene in a human glioblastoma xenograft

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPATHOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    20. Burke, PM; Wiley, HS
      Human mammary epithelial cells rapidly exchange empty EGFR between surfaceand intracellular pools

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY
    21. Holbrook, MR; O'Donnell, JB; Slakey, LL; Gross, DJ
      Epidermal growth factor receptor internalization rate is regulated by negative charges near the SH2 binding site tyr992

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    22. Sherrill, JM; Kyte, J
      Kinetics of activation of the tyrosine kinase of a deletion mutant of epidermal growth factor receptor missing the sites of self-phosphorylation

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    23. Levkowitz, G; Waterman, H; Zamir, E; Kam, Z; Oved, S; Langdon, WY; Beguinot, L; Geiger, B; Yarden, Y
      c-Cbl/Sli-1 regulates endocytic sorting and ubiquitination of the epidermal growth factor receptor

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    24. KANAGASUNDARAM V; CHRISTY E; HAMILTON JA; JAWOROWSKI A
      DIFFERENT PATHWAYS OF COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR-1 DEGRADATION IN MACROPHAGE POPULATIONS REVEALED BY WORTMANNIN SENSITIVITY

      Biochemical journal
    25. WATERMAN H; SABANAI I; GEIGER B; YARDEN Y
      ALTERNATIVE INTRACELLULAR ROUTING OF ERBB RECEPTORS MAY DETERMINE SIGNALING POTENCY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    26. WAGLE NM; KIM JH; PIERCE SK
      SIGNALING THROUGH THE B-CELL ANTIGEN RECEPTOR REGULATES DISCRETE STEPS IN THE ANTIGEN-PROCESSING PATHWAY

      Cellular immunology (Print)
    27. BOHM SK; GRADY EF; BUNNETT NW
      REGULATORY MECHANISMS THAT MODULATE SIGNALING BY G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS

      Biochemical journal
    28. VANDELFT S; SCHUMACHER C; HAGE W; VERKLEIJ AJ; HENEGOUWEN PMPVE
      ASSOCIATION AND COLOCALIZATION OF EPS15 WITH ADAPTER PROTEIN-2 AND CLATHRIN

      The Journal of cell biology
    29. HOBERT ME; KIL SJ; MEDOF ME; CARLIN CR
      THE CYTOPLASMIC JUXTAMEMBRANE DOMAIN OF THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR CONTAINS A NOVEL AUTONOMOUS BASOLATERAL SORTING DETERMINANT

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    30. HUANG HJS; NAGANE M; KLINGBEIL CK; LIN H; NISHIKAWA R; JI XD; HUANG CM; GILL GN; WILEY HS; CAVENEE WK
      THE ENHANCED TUMORIGENIC ACTIVITY OF A MUTANT EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTORRECEPTOR COMMON IN HUMAN CANCERS IS MEDIATED BY THRESHOLD LEVELS OF CONSTITUTIVE TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION AND UNATTENUATED SIGNALING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    31. STANLEY KK
      REGULATION OF TARGETING SIGNALS IN MEMBRANE-PROTEINS (REVIEW)

      Molecular membrane biology
    32. XIONG QH; CHAN JLK; ZONG CS; WANG LH
      2 CHIMERIC RECEPTORS OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR AND C-ROS THAT DIFFER IN THEIR TRANSMEMBRANE DOMAINS HAVE OPPOSITE EFFECTS ON CELL-GROWTH

      Molecular and cellular biology
    33. DAHMANE A; GIL S; BREHIER A; DAVY J; FEGER J
      KINETIC-ANALYSIS OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR ENDOCYTOSIS IN RAT HEPATOCYTES - EFFECTS OF DIABETES

      European journal of cell biology
    34. WANG ZX; MORAN MF
      REQUIREMENT FOR THE ADAPTER PROTEIN GRB2 IN EGF RECEPTOR ENDOCYTOSIS

      Science
    35. SORKIN A; MAZZOTTI M; SORKINA T; SCOTTO L; BEGUINOT L
      EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR INTERACTION WITH CLATHRIN ADAPTERS IS MEDIATED BY THE TYR(974)-CONTAINING INTERNALIZATION MOTIF

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    36. MORRISON P; SALTIEL AR; ROSNER MR
      ROLE OF MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE KINASE IN REGULATION OF THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR BY PROTEIN-KINASE-C

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    37. ZVARITCH E; LAMBEAU G; LAZDUNSKI P
      ENDOCYTIC PROPERTIES OF THE M-TYPE 180-KDA RECEPTOR FOR SECRETORY PHOSPHOLIPASES A(2)

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    38. RIEZMAN H; MUNN A; GELI MI; HICKE L
      ACTIN-DEPENDENT, MYOSIN-DEPENDENT AND UBIQUITIN-DEPENDENT ENDOCYTOSIS

      Experientia
    39. MORRISON P; CHUNG KC; ROSNER MR
      MUTATION OF DI-LEUCINE RESIDUES IN THE JUXTAMEMBRANE REGION ALTERS EGF RECEPTOR EXPRESSION

      Biochemistry
    40. PILLAY I; SHARMA SV
      IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO SERINE THREONINE PHOSPHORYLATIONS OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR UPON ENTRY INTO THE CELL-CYCLE/

      Cell growth & differentiation
    41. BOLL W; GALLUSSER A; KIRCHHAUSEN T
      ROLE OF THE REGULATORY DOMAIN OF THE EGF-RECEPTOR CYTOPLASMIC TAIL INSELECTIVE BINDING OF THE CLATHRIN-ASSOCIATED COMPLEX AP-2

      Current biology
    42. COLLINS VP
      GENE AMPLIFICATION IN HUMAN GLIOMAS

      Glia
    43. HOBERT M; CARLIN C
      CYTOPLASMIC JUXTAMEMBRANE DOMAIN OF THE HUMAN EGF RECEPTOR IS REQUIRED FOR BASOLATERAL LOCALIZATION IN MDCK CELLS

      Journal of cellular physiology
    44. ARNESON LS; MILLER J
      EFFICIENT ENDOSOMAL LOCALIZATION OF MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX CLASS II-INVARIANT CHAIN COMPLEXES REQUIRES MULTIMERIZATION OF THE INVARIANT CHAIN TARGETING SEQUENCE

      The Journal of cell biology
    45. LAMAZE C; SCHMID SL
      RECRUITMENT OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTORS INTO COATED PITS REQUIRES THEIR ACTIVATED TYROSINE KINASE

      The Journal of cell biology
    46. OPRESKO LK; CHANG CP; WILL BH; BURKE PM; GILL GN; WILEY HS
      ENDOCYTOSIS AND LYSOSOMAL TARGETING OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTORS ARE MEDIATED BY DISTINCT SEQUENCES INDEPENDENT OF THE TYROSINE KINASE DOMAIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    47. KLARLUND JK; CHERNIACK AD; CZECH MP
      DIVERGENT MECHANISMS FOR HOMOLOGOUS DESENSITIZATION OF P21(RAS) BY INSULIN AND GROWTH-FACTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    48. SORKIN A; MCKINSEY T; SHIH W; KIRCHHAUSEN T; CARPENTER G
      STOICHIOMETRIC INTERACTION OF THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR WITH THE CLATHRIN-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN COMPLEX AP-2

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    49. GILBOA L; BENLEVY R; YARDEN Y; HENIS YI
      ROLES FOR A CYTOPLASMIC TYROSINE AND TYROSINE KINASE-ACTIVITY IN THE INTERACTIONS OF NEU RECEPTORS WITH COATED PITS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    50. NESTEROV A; KURTEN RC; GILL GN
      ASSOCIATION OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTORS WITH COATED PIT ADAPTINS VIA A TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION-REGULATED MECHANISM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    51. CARPENTIER JL; MCCLAIN D
      INSULIN-RECEPTOR KINASE ACTIVATION RELEASES A CONSTRAINT MAINTAINING THE RECEPTOR ON MICROVILLI

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    52. DIGIOVANNA MP; STERN DF
      ACTIVATION STATE-SPECIFIC MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY DETECTS TYROSINE-PHOSPHORYLATED P185(NEU ERBB-2) IN A SUBSET OF HUMAN BREAST-TUMORS OVEREXPRESSING THIS RECEPTOR/

      Cancer research
    53. KLINGBEIL CK; GILL GN; CADENA DL
      ANALYSIS OF SUBSTRATE RECOGNITION DETERMINANTS IN A SYNTHETIC PEPTIDE-CONTAINING THE TYR-1173 AUTOPHOSPHORYLATION SITE OF THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    54. REDDY CC; WELLS A; LAUFFENBURGER DA
      PROLIFERATIVE RESPONSE OF FIBROBLASTS EXPRESSING INTERNALIZATION-DEFICIENT EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR (EGF) RECEPTORS IS ALTERED VIA DIFFERENTIAL EGF DEPLETION EFFECT

      Biotechnology progress
    55. SCHUH SM; NEWBERRY EP; DALTON MA; PIKE LJ
      MUTATION OF PROLINE-1003 TO GLYCINE IN THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR (EGF) RECEPTOR ENHANCES RESPONSIVENESS TO EGF

      Molecular biology of the cell
    56. WELSH JB; WORTHYLAKE R; WILEY HS; GILL GN
      SPECIFIC FACTORS ARE REQUIRED FOR KINASE-DEPENDENT ENDOCYTOSIS OF INSULIN-RECEPTORS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    57. FRY MJ
      STRUCTURE, REGULATION AND FUNCTION OF PHOSPHOINOSITIDE 3-KINASES

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular basis of disease
    58. CARTER TH; KUNG HJ
      TISSUE-SPECIFIC TRANSFORMATION BY ONCOGENIC MUTANTS OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR

      Critical reviews in oncogenesis
    59. MYLES GM; BRANDT CS; CARLBERG K; ROHRSCHNEIDER LR
      TYROSINE-569 IN THE C-FMS JUXTAMEMBRANE DOMAIN IS ESSENTIAL FOR KINASE-ACTIVITY AND MACROPHAGE-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR-DEPENDENT INTERNALIZATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    60. HOFFMAN P; CARLIN C
      ADENOVIRUS E3 PROTEIN CAUSES CONSTITUTIVELY INTERNALIZED EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTORS TO ACCUMULATE IN A PRELYSOSOMAL COMPARTMENT, RESULTING IN ENHANCED DEGRADATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    61. BENYA RV; AKESON M; MROZINSKI J; JENSEN RT; BATTEY JF
      INTERNALIZATION OF THE GASTRIN-RELEASING PEPTIDE RECEPTOR IS MEDIATEDBY BOTH PHOSPHOLIPASE C-DEPENDENT AND C-INDEPENDENT PROCESSES

      Molecular pharmacology
    62. CHEN P; XIE H; SEKAR MC; GUPTA K; WELLS A
      EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR-MEDIATED CELL MOTILITY - PHOSPHOLIPASE-C ACTIVITY IS REQUIRED, BUT MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE ACTIVITY IS NOT SUFFICIENT FOR INDUCED CELL-MOVEMENT

      The Journal of cell biology
    63. CHEN P; XIE H; SEKAR MC; GUPTA K; WELLS A
      EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR-MEDIATED CELL MOTILITY - PHOSPHOLIPASE-C ACTIVITY IS REQUIRED, BUT MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE ACTIVITY IS NOT SUFFICIENT FOR INDUCED CELL-MOVEMENT

      The Journal of cell biology
    64. CHEN P; GUPTA K; WELLS A
      CELL-MOVEMENT ELICITED BY EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR REQUIRES KINASE AND AUTOPHOSPHORYLATION BUT IS SEPARABLE FROM MITOGENESIS

      The Journal of cell biology
    65. YEE NS; HSIAU CWM; SERVE H; VOSSELLER K; BESMER P
      MECHANISM OF DOWN-REGULATION OF C-KIT RECEPTOR - ROLES OF RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE, PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 3'-KINASE, AND PROTEIN-KINASE-C

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    66. WU RY; GILL GN
      LIM DOMAIN RECOGNITION OF A TYROSINE-CONTAINING TIGHT TURN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    67. SOROKIN A; MOHAMMADI M; HUANG JT; SCHLESSINGER J
      INTERNALIZATION OF FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR IS INHIBITED BY A POINT MUTATION AT TYROSINE-766

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    68. FRENCH AR; SUDLOW GP; WILEY HS; LAUFFENBURGER DA
      POSTENDOCYTIC TRAFFICKING OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR-RECEPTOR COMPLEXES IS MEDIATED THROUGH SATURABLE AND SPECIFIC ENDOSOMAL INTERACTIONS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    69. HERBST JJ; OPRESKO LK; WALSH BJ; LAUFFENBURGER DA; WILEY HS
      REGULATION OF POSTENDOCYTIC TRAFFICKING OF THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR THROUGH ENDOSOMAL RETENTION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    70. CADENA DL; CHAN CL; GILL GN
      THE INTRACELLULAR TYROSINE KINASE DOMAIN OF THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR UNDERGOES A CONFORMATIONAL CHANGE UPON AUTOPHOSPHORYLATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    71. GREGORIOU M; WILLIS AC; PEARSON MA; CRAWFORD C
      THE CALPAIN CLEAVAGE SITES IN THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR KINASE DOMAIN

      European journal of biochemistry
    72. LADURON PM
      FROM RECEPTOR INTERNALIZATION TO NUCLEAR TRANSLOCATION - NEW TARGETS FOR LONG-TERM PHARMACOLOGY

      Biochemical pharmacology
    73. SORKIN A; WATERS CM
      ENDOCYTOSIS OF GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTORS

      BioEssays
    74. KUPPUSWAMY D; DALTON M; PIKE LJ
      SERINE-1002 IS A SITE OF IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO PHOSPHORYLATION OF THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    75. FELDER S; LAVIN J; ULLRICH A; SCHLESSINGER J
      KINETICS OF BINDING, ENDOCYTOSIS, AND RECYCLING OF EGF RECEPTOR MUTANTS

      The Journal of cell biology


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