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    1. Javitch, JA; Shi, L; Liapakis, G
      Use of the substituted cysteine accessibility method to study the structure and function of G protein-coupled receptors

      G PROTEIN PATHWAYS, PT A, RECEPTORS
    2. Visiers, I; Ballesteros, JA; Weinstein, H
      Three-dimensional representations of G protein-coupled receptor structuresand mechanisms

      G PROTEIN PATHWAYS, PT A, RECEPTORS
    3. Lynch, JW; Han, NLR; Haddrill, J; Pierce, KD; Schofield, PR
      The surface accessibility of the glycine receptor M2-M3 loop is increased in the channel open state

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Teissere, JA; Czajkowski, C
      A beta-strand in the gamma(2) subunit lines the benzodiazepine binding site of the GABA(A) receptor: Structural rearrangements detected during channel gating

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Williams, DB; Akabas, MH
      Evidence for distinct conformations of the two alpha(1) subunits in diazepam-bound GABA(A) receptors

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    6. Ballesteros, JA; Shi, L; Javitch, JA
      Structural mimicry in G protein-coupled receptors: Implications of the high-resolution structure of rhodopsin for structure-function analysis of rhodopsin-like receptors

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Whitehead, RE; Ferrer, JV; Javitch, JA; Justice, JB
      Reaction of oxidized dopamine with endogenous cysteine residues in the human dopamine transporter

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    8. Da Settimo, F; Primofiore, G; Taliani, S; Marini, AM; La Motta, C; Novellino, E; Greco, G; Lavecchia, A; Trincavelli, L; Martini, C
      3-aryl[1,2,4]triazino[4,3-alpha]benzimidazol-4(10H)-ones: A new class of selective A(1) adenosine receptor antagonists

      JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Blaney, FE; Raveglia, LF; Artico, M; Cavagnera, S; Dartois, C; Farina, C; Grugni, M; Gagliardi, S; Luttmann, MA; Martinelli, M; Nadler, GMMG; Parini, C; Petrillo, P; Sarau, HM; Scheideler, MA; Hay, DWP; Giardina, GAM
      Stepwise modulation of neurokinin-3 and neurokinin-2 receptor affinity andselectivity in quinoline tachykinin receptor antagonists

      JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    10. Smith, SS; Liu, XH; Zhang, ZR; Sun, F; Kriewall, TE; McCarty, NA; Dawson, DC
      CFTR: Covalent and noncovalent modification suggests a role for fixed charges in anion conduction

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Reeves, DC; Goren, EN; Akabas, MH; Lummis, SCR
      Structural and electrostatic properties of the 5-HT3 receptor pore revealed by substituted cysteine accessibility mutagenesis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. Fu, J; Kirk, KL
      Cysteine substitutions reveal dual functions of the amino-terminal tail incystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator channel gating

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    13. 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
    14. Govaerts, C; Blanpain, C; Deupi, X; Ballet, S; Ballesteros, JA; Wodak, SJ; Vassart, G; Pardo, L; Parmentier, M
      The TXP motif in the second transmembrane helix of CCR5 - A structural determinant of chemokine-induced activation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    15. Jensen, AD; Guarnieri, F; Rasmussen, SGF; Asmar, F; Ballesteros, JA; Gether, U
      Agonist-induced conformational changes at the cytoplasmic side of transmembrane segment 6 in the beta(2) adrenergic receptor mapped by site-selectivefluorescent labeling

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    16. Shi, L; Simpson, MM; Ballesteros, JA; Javitch, JA
      The first transmembrane segment of the dopamine D2 receptor: Accessibilityin the binding-site crevice and position in the transmembrane bundle

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    17. Xu, W; Li, J; Chen, CG; Huang, P; Weinstein, H; Javitch, JA; Shi, L; de Riel, JK; Liu-Chen, LY
      Comparison of the amino acid residues in the sixth transmembrane domains accessible in the binding-site crevices of mu, delta, and kappa opioid receptors

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    18. Gupta, J; Evagelidis, A; Hanrahan, JW; Linsdell, P
      Asymmetric structure of the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator chloride channel pore suggested by mutagenesis of the twelfth transmembrane region

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    19. Sealfon, SC
      Dopamine receptors and locomotor responses: Molecular aspects

      ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY
    20. 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
    21. Gether, U
      Uncovering molecular mechanisms involved in activation of G protein-coupled receptors

      ENDOCRINE REVIEWS
    22. Blaker, M; Ren, Y; Seshadri, L; McBride, EW; Beinborn, M; Kopin, AS
      CCK-B/gastrin receptor transmembrane domain mutations selectively alter synthetic agonist efficacy without affecting the activity of endogenous peptides

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    23. 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
    24. Fanelli, F
      Theoretical study on mutation-induced activation of the luteinizing hormone receptor

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    25. Wilcox, RE; Huang, WH; Brusniak, MYK; Wilcox, DM; Pearlman, RS; Teeter, MM; DuRand, CJ; Wiens, BL; Neve, KA
      CoMFA-based prediction of agonist affinities at recombinant wild type versus serine to alanine point mutated D2 dopamine receptors

      JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    26. McCarty, NA
      Permeation through the CFTR chloride channel

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    27. Akabas, MH
      Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator - Structure and function of an epithelial chloride channel

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    28. Liapakis, G; Ballesteros, JA; Papachristou, S; Chan, WC; Chen, X; Javitch, JA
      The forgotten serine - A critical role for Ser-203(5.42) in ligand bindingto and activation of the beta(2)-adrenergic receptor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    29. Koch, SE; Bodi, I; Schwartz, A; Varadi, G
      Architecture of Ca2+ channel pore-lining segments revealed by covalent modification of substituted cysteines

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    30. Dube, P; DeCostanzo, A; Konopka, JB
      Interaction between transmembrane domains five and six of the alpha-factorreceptor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    31. Kaplan, RS; Mayor, JA; Brauer, D; Kotaria, R; Walters, DE; Dean, AM
      The yeast mitochondrial citrate transport protein - Probing the secondary structure of transmembrane domain IV and identification of residues that likely comprise a portion of the citrate translocation pathway

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    32. Oak, JN; Oldenhof, J; Van Tol, HHM
      The dopamine D-4 receptor: one decade of research

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    33. Ueno, S; Lin, A; Nikolaeva, N; Trudell, JR; Mihic, SJ; Harris, RA; Harrison, NL
      Tryptophan scanning mutagenesis in TM2 of the GABA(A) receptor alpha subunit: effects on channel gating and regulation by ethanol

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    34. Zhang, ZR; McDonough, SI; McCarty, NA
      Interaction between permeation and gating in a putative pore domain mutantin the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    35. Linsdell, P; Evagelidis, A; Hanrahan, JW
      Molecular determinants of anion selectivity in the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator chloride channel pore

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    36. Norregaard, L; Visiers, I; Loland, CJ; Ballesteros, J; Weinstein, H; Gether, U
      Structural probing of a microdomain in the dopamine transporter by engineering of artificial Zn2+ binding sites

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    37. Xu, W; Chen, CG; Huang, P; Li, J; de Riel, JK; Javitch, JA; Liu-Chen, LY
      The conserved cysteine 7.38 residue is differentially accessible in the binding-site crevices of the mu, delta, and kappa opioid receptors

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    38. Javitch, JA; Shi, L; Simpson, MM; Chen, JY; Chiappa, V; Visiers, I; Weinstein, H; Ballesteros, JA
      The fourth transmembrane segment of the dopamine D2 receptor: Accessibility in the binding-site crevice and position in the transmembrane bundle

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    39. Hallen, S; Fryklund, J; Sachs, G
      Inhibition of the human sodium/bile acid cotransporters by side-specific methanethiosulfonate sulfhydryl reagents: Substrate-controlled accessibilityof site of inactivation

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    40. Reggio, PH
      Ligand-ligand and ligand-receptor approaches to modeling the cannabinoid CB1 and CB2 receptors: Achievements and challenges

      CURRENT MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    41. Lomize, AL; Pogozheva, ID; Mosberg, HI
      Structural organization of G-protein-coupled receptors

      JOURNAL OF COMPUTER-AIDED MOLECULAR DESIGN
    42. Boileau, AJ; Evers, AR; Davis, AF; Czajkowski, C
      Mapping the agonist binding site of the GABA(A) receptor: Evidence for a beta-strand

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    43. Filizola, M; Laakkonen, L; Loew, GH
      3D modeling, ligand binding and activation studies of the cloned mouse delta, mu and kappa opioid receptors

      PROTEIN ENGINEERING
    44. Song, ZH; Slowey, CA; Hurst, DP; Reggio, PH
      The difference between the CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors at position 5.46 is crucial for the selectivity of WIN55212-2 for CB2

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    45. Rasmussen, SGF; Jensen, AD; Liapakis, G; Ghanouni, P; Javitch, JA; Gether, U
      Mutation of a highly conserved aspartic acid in the beta(2) adrenergic receptor: Constitutive activation, structural instability, and conformational rearrangement of transmembrane segment 6

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    46. Chan, BS; Satriano, JA; Schuster, VL
      Mapping the substrate binding site of the prostaglandin transporter PGT bycysteine scanning mutagenesis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    47. Marjamaki, A; Frang, H; Pihlavisto, M; Hoffren, AM; Salminen, T; Johnson, MS; Kallio, J; Javitch, JA; Scheinin, M
      Chloroethylclonidine and 2-aminoethyl methanethiosulfonate recognize two different conformations of the human alpha(2A)-adrenergic receptor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    48. Chen, SH; Xu, M; Lin, F; Lee, D; Riek, P; Graham, RM
      Phe(310) in transmembrane VI of the alpha(1B)-adrenergic receptor is a keyswitch residue involved in activation and catecholamine ring aromatic bonding

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    49. Baranski, TJ; Herzmark, P; Lichtarge, O; Gerber, BO; Trueheart, J; Meng, EC; Iiri, T; Sheikh, SP; Bourne, HR
      C5a receptor activation - Genetic identification of critical residues in four transmembrane helices

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    50. Guinamard, R; Akabas, MH
      Arg352 is a major determinant of charge selectivity in the cystic fibrosistransmembrane conductance regulator chloride channel

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    51. WESS J
      MOLECULAR-BASIS OF RECEPTOR G-PROTEIN-COUPLING SELECTIVITY/

      Pharmacology & therapeutics (Oxford)
    52. 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
    53. POGOZHEVA ID; LOMIZE AL; MOSBERG HI
      OPIOID RECEPTOR 3-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURES FROM DISTANCE GEOMETRY CALCULATIONS WITH HYDROGEN-BONDING CONSTRAINTS

      Biophysical journal
    54. BALDWIN JM; SCHERTLER GFX; UNGER VM
      AN ALPHA-CARBON TEMPLATE FOR THE TRANSMEMBRANE HELICES IN THE RHODOPSIN FAMILY OF G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    55. GOULDSON PR; SNELL CR; REYNOLDS CA
      A NEW APPROACH TO DOCKING IN THE BETA(2)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR THAT EXPLOITS THE DOMAIN-STRUCTURE OF G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS

      Journal of medicinal chemistry


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