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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. Kapp, OH; Siemion, J; Kuo, J; Johnson, BA; Shankaran, V; Reba, RC; Mukherjee, J
      Comparison of the interaction of dopamine and high affinity positron emission tomography radiotracer fallypride with the dopamine D-2 receptor: a molecular modeling study

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR MODELING
    3. Liang, Q; Satyamurthy, N; Barrio, JR; Toyokuni, T; Phelps, MP; Gambhir, SS; Herschman, HR
      Noninvasive, quantitative imaging in living animals of a mutant dopamine D2 receptor reporter gene in which ligand binding is uncoupled from signal transduction

      GENE THERAPY
    4. Westfall, MV; Turner, II; Albayya, FP; Metzger, JM
      Troponin I chimera analysis of the cardiac myofilament tension response toprotein kinase A

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Frantsve, J; Schwaller, J; Sternberg, DW; Kutok, J; Gilliland, DG
      Socs-1 inhibits TEL-JAK2-mediated transformation of hematopoietic cells through inhibition of JAK2 kinase activity and induction of proteasome-mediated degradation

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    6. Neve, KA; Cumbay, MG; Thompson, KR; Yang, R; Buck, DC; Watts, VJ; Durand, CJ; Teeter, MM
      Modeling and mutational analysis of a putative sodium-binding pocket on the dopamine D-2 receptor

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Nyronen, T; Pihlavisto, M; Peltonen, JM; Hoffren, AM; Varis, M; Salminen, T; Wurster, S; Marjamaki, A; Kanerva, L; Katainen, E; Laaksonen, L; Savola, JM; Scheinin, M; Johnson, MS
      Molecular mechanism for agonist-promoted alpha(2A)-adrenoceptor activationby norepinephrine and epinephrine

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    8. Gambhir, SS; Herschman, HR; Cherry, SR; Barrio, JR; Satyamurthy, N; Toyokuni, T; Phelps, ME; Larson, SM; Balatoni, J; Finn, R; Sadelain, M; Tjuvajev, J; Blasberg, R
      Imaging transgene expression with radionuclide imaging technologies

      NEOPLASIA
    9. Branchek, TA; Blackburn, TP
      5-HT6 receptors as emerging targets for drug discovery

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY
    10. 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
    11. Coley, C; Woodward, R; Johansson, AM; Strange, PG; Naylor, LH
      Effect of multiple serine/alanine mutations in the transmembrane spanning region V of the D-2 dopamine receptor on ligand binding

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    12. Kirken, RA; Erwin, RA; Wang, LH; Wang, YL; Rui, HG; Farrar, WL
      Functional uncoupling of the janus kinase 3-Stat5 pathway in malignant growth of human T cell leukemia virus type 1-transformed human T cells

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

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    14. MacLaren, DC; Toyokuni, T; Cherry, SR; Barrio, JR; Phelps, ME; Herschman, HR; Gambhir, SS
      PET imaging of transgene expression

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    15. MacLaren, DC; Gambhir, SS; Satyamurthy, N; Barrio, JR; Sharfstein, S; Toyokuni, T; Wu, L; Berk, AJ; Cherry, SR; Phelps, ME; Herschman, HR
      Repetitive, non-invasive imaging of the dopamine D-2 receptor as a reporter gene in living animals

      GENE THERAPY
    16. Homan, EJ; Wikstrom, HV; Grol, CJ
      Molecular modeling of the dopamine D-2 and serotonin 5-HT1A receptor binding modes of the enantiomers of 5-OMe-BPAT

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    17. Simpson, MM; Ballesteros, JA; Chiappa, V; Chen, JY; Suehiro, M; Hartman, DS; Godel, T; Snyder, LA; Sakmar, TP; Javitch, JA
      Dopamine D4/D2 receptor selectivity is determined by a divergent aromatic microdomain contained within the second, third, and seventh membrane-spanning segments

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    18. Sartania, N; Strange, PG
      Role of conserved serine residues in the interaction of agonists with D-3 dopamine receptors

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    19. Reiffert, S; Maytum, R; Geeves, M; Lohmann, K; Greis, T; Bluggel, M; Meyer, HE; Heilmeyer, LMG; Jaquet, K
      Characterization of the cardiac holotroponin complex reconstituted from native cardiac troponin T and recombinant I and C

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    20. Sato, T; Kobayashi, H; Nagao, T; Kurose, H
      Ser(203) as well as Ser(204) and Ser(207) in fifth transmembrane domain ofthe human beta(2)-adrenoceptor contributes to agonist binding and receptoractivation

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    21. Granas, C; Nordvall, G; Larhammar, D
      Mutagenesis of the human 5-HT1B receptor: Differences from the closely related 5-HT1A receptor and the role of residue F331 in signal transduction

      JOURNAL OF RECEPTOR AND SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION RESEARCH
    22. JAQUET K; LOHMANN K; CZISCH M; HOLAK T; GULATI J; JAQUET R
      A MODEL FOR THE FUNCTION OF THE BISPHOSPHORYLATED HEART-SPECIFIC TROPONIN-I N-TERMINUS

      Journal of muscle research and cell motility
    23. BIKKER JA; TRUMPPKALLMEYER S; HUMBLET C
      G-PROTEIN COUPLED RECEPTORS - MODELS, MUTAGENESIS, AND DRUG DESIGN

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    24. ANTHONSEN MW; RONNSTRAND L; WERNSTEDT C; DEGERMAN E; HOLM C
      IDENTIFICATION OF NOVEL PHOSPHORYLATION SITES IN HORMONE-SENSITIVE LIPASE THAT ARE PHOSPHORYLATED IN RESPONSE TO ISOPROTERENOL AND GOVERN ACTIVATION PROPERTIES IN-VITRO

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    25. COTECCHIA S; SCHEER A; DIVIANI D; FANELLI F; DEBENEDETTI PG
      MOLECULAR MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN THE ACTIVATION AND REGULATION OF THEALPHA(1)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR SUBTYPES

      Il Farmaco
    26. GRANAS C; NORDVALL G; LARHAMMAR D
      SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS OF THE HUMAN 5-HT1B RECEPTOR

      European journal of pharmacology
    27. NONAKA H; OTAKI S; OHSHIMA E; KONO M; KASE H; OHTA K; FUKUI H; ICHIMURA M
      UNIQUE BINDING POCKET FOR KW-4679 IN THE HISTAMINE H-1 RECEPTOR

      European journal of pharmacology
    28. BOESS FG; MONSMA FJ; MEYER V; ZWINGELSTEIN C; SLEIGHT AJ
      INTERACTION OF TRYPTAMINE AND ERGOLINE COMPOUNDS WITH THREONINE-196 IN THE LIGAND-BINDING SITE OF THE 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE(6) RECEPTOR

      Molecular pharmacology
    29. MIETTINEN HM; MILLS JS; GRIPENTROG JM; DRATZ EA; GRANGER BL; JESAITIS AJ
      THE LIGAND-BINDING SITE OF THE FORMYL PEPTIDE RECEPTOR MAPS IN THE TRANSMEMBRANE REGION

      The Journal of immunology
    30. GERHARDT CC; LODDER HC; VINCENT M; BAKKER RA; PLANTA RJ; VREUGDENHIL E; KITS KS; VANHEERIKHUIZEN H
      CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF A COMPLEMENTARY-DNA ENCODING A MOLLUSCAN OCTOPAMINE RECEPTOR THAT COUPLES TO CHLORIDE CHANNELS IN HEK293 CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    31. PARDO L; WEINSTEIN H
      ON THE STRUCTURE AND ACTIVITY OF MEMBRANE-RECEPTORS - A COMPUTATIONALSIMULATION OF LIGAND-TRIGGERED ACTIVATION IN A MODEL 5-HT1A RECEPTOR

      International journal of quantum chemistry
    32. KEANE NE; QUIRK PG; GAO Y; PATCHELL VB; PERRY SV; LEVINE BA
      THE ORDERED PHOSPHORYLATION OF CARDIAC TROPONIN-I BY THE CAMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE - STRUCTURAL CONSEQUENCES AND FUNCTIONAL IMPLICATIONS

      European journal of biochemistry
    33. CONWAY S; CANNING SJ; BARRETT P; GUARDIOLALEMAITRE B; DELAGRANGE P; MORGAN PJ
      THE ROLES SF VALINE-208 AND HISTIDINE-211 IN LIGAND-BINDING AND RECEPTOR FUNCTION OF THE OVINE MEL(1A-BETA) MELATONIN RECEPTOR

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    34. WETZEL JM; SALON JA; TAMM JA; FORRAY C; CRAIG D; NAKANISHI H; CUI W; VAYSSE PJJ; CHIU G; WEINSHANK RL; HARTIG PR; BRANCHEK TA; GLUCHOWSKI C
      MODELING AND MUTAGENESIS OF THE HUMAN ALPHA(1A)-ADRENOCEPTOR - ORIENTATION AND FUNCTION OF TRANSMEMBRANE HELIX-V SIDE-CHAINS

      Receptors & channels
    35. CAMPILLO M; GIRALDO J; PARDO L
      THE STRUCTURE AND ACTIVITY OF MEMBRANE-RECEPTORS - COMPUTATIONAL SIMULATION OF HISTAMINE H-2-RECEPTOR ACTIVATION

      Journal of molecular structure. Theochem
    36. JIANG QL; VANRHEE AM; KIM JH; YEHLE S; WESS J; JACOBSON KA
      HYDROPHILIC SIDE-CHAINS IN THE 3RD AND 7TH TRANSMEMBRANE HELICAL DOMAINS OF HUMAN A(2A) ADENOSINE RECEPTORS ARE REQUIRED FOR LIGAND RECOGNITION

      Molecular pharmacology
    37. CAVALLI A; FANELLI F; TADDEI C; DEBENEDETTI PG; COTECCHIA S
      AMINO-ACIDS OF THE ALPHA(1B)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR INVOLVED IN AGONIST BINDING - DIFFERENCES IN DOCKING CATECHOLAMINES TO RECEPTOR SUBTYPES

      FEBS letters
    38. STRANGE PG
      THE ENERGETICS OF LIGAND-BINDING AT CATECHOLAMINE RECEPTORS

      Trends in pharmacological sciences
    39. STRANGE PG
      7TM RECEPTORS - LOCKS AND KEYS

      Trends in pharmacological sciences
    40. ROPER D; KRUGER P; GROTZINGER J; WOLLMER A; STRASSBURGER W
      MODELS OF G-PROTEIN COUPLED RECEPTORS REVISED FOR FAMILY-WIDE COMPLIANCE WITH EXPERIMENTAL-DATA - A NEW SEQUENCE ACCOMMODATION SUGGESTED FOR HELIX-G

      Receptors & channels
    41. PROPPING P; NOTHEN MM
      GENETIC-VARIATION OF CNS RECEPTORS - A NEW PERSPECTIVE FOR PHARMACOGENETICS

      Pharmacogenetics
    42. NAYLOR L; WOODWARD R; DANIELL S; COLEY C; STRANGE P
      DETERMINANTS OF LIGAND-BINDING AT THE D-2 DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR

      Biochemical Society transactions
    43. NEVE KA; WIENS BL
      4 WAYS OF BEING AN AGONIST - MULTIPLE SEQUENCE DETERMINANTS OF EFFICACY AT D2-DOPAMINE RECEPTORS

      Biochemical Society transactions
    44. CHO W; TAYLOR LP; MANSOUR A; AKIL H
      HYDROPHOBIC RESIDUES OF THE D-2 DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR ARE IMPORTANT FOR BINDING AND SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      Journal of neurochemistry
    45. HEDBERG MH; JOHANSSON AM; NORDVALL G; YLINIEMELA A; LI HB; MARTIN AR; HJORTH S; UNELIUS L; SUNDELL S; HACKSELL U
      (R)-11-HYDROXY-METHYLAPOPHINE AND (R)-11-HYDROXY-1O-METHYLAPORPHINE -SYNTHESIS, PHARMACOLOGY, AND MODELING OF D-2A AND 5-HT1A RECEPTOR INTERACTIONS

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    46. JAVITCH JA; FU DY; CHEN JY
      RESIDUES IN THE 5TH MEMBRANE-SPANNING SEGMENT OF THE DOPAMINE D2 RECEPTOR EXPOSED IN THE BINDING-SITE CREVICE

      Biochemistry
    47. DANIELL SJ; STRANGE PG; NAYLOR LH
      SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS OF TYR417 IN THE RAT D-2 DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR

      Biochemical Society transactions
    48. OJHA M; CATTANEO A; NORBERG W
      STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF CASEIN KINASE IIS FROM ALLOMYCES-ARBUSCULA PHOSPHORYLATING SERINE RESIDUES

      Experimental mycology
    49. JOHNSON MP; LONCHARICH RJ; BAEZ M; NELSON DL
      SPECIES VARIATIONS IN TRANSMEMBRANE REGION-V OF THE 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE TYPE 2A RECEPTOR ALTER THE STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIP OF CERTAIN ERGOLINES AND TRYPTAMINES

      Molecular pharmacology
    50. MOEREELS H; LEYSEN JE
      NOVEL COMPUTATIONAL MODEL FOR THE INTERACTION OF DOPAMINE WITH THE D2-RECEPTOR

      Receptors & channels
    51. HULME EC; CURTIS CAM; PAGE KM; JONES PG
      AGONIST ACTIVATION OF MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS

      Cellular signalling


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