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    1. Jang, GF; Kuksa, V; Filipek, S; Bartl, F; Ritter, E; Gelb, MH; Hofmann, KP; Palczewski, K
      Mechanism of rhodopsin activation as examined with ring-constrained retinal analogs and the crystal structure of the ground state protein

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    2. Yamashita, T; Terakita, A; Shichida, Y
      The second cytoplasmic loop of metabotropic glutamate receptor functions at the third loop position of rhodopsin

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    3. Vogel, R; Fan, GB; Siebert, F; Sheves, M
      Anions stabilize a metarhodopsin II-like photoproduct with a protonated Schiff base

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    4. Cai, KW; Klein-Seetharaman, J; Altenbach, C; Hubbell, WL; Khorana, HG
      Probing the dark state tertiary structure in the cytoplasmic domain of rhodopsin: Proximities between amino acids deduced from spontaneous disulfide bond formation between cysteine pairs engineered in cytoplasmic loops 1, 3,and 4

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    5. Teller, DC; Okada, T; Behnke, CA; Palczewski, K; Stenkamp, RE
      Advances in determination of a high-resolution three-dimensional structureof rhodopsin, a model of G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs)

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Janz, JM; Farrens, DL
      Engineering a functional blue-wavelength-shifted rhodopsin mutant

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    7. Meng, EC; Bourne, HR
      Receptor activation: what does the rhodopsin structure tell us?

      TRENDS IN PHARMACOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    8. Struthers, M; Oprian, DD
      Mapping tertiary contacts between amino acid residues within rhodopsin

      VERTEBRATE PHOTOTRANSDUCTION AND THE VISUAL CYCLE, PART A
    9. Robinson, PR
      Assays for detection of constitutively active opsins

      VERTEBRATE PHOTOTRANSDUCTION AND THE VISUAL CYCLE, PART A
    10. 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
    11. Yamashita, T; Terakita, A; Shichida, Y
      Distinct roles of the second and third cytoplasmic loops of bovine rhodopsin in G protein activation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. Moutsaki, P; Bellingham, J; Soni, BG; David-Gray, ZK; Foster, RG
      Sequence, genomic structure and tissue expression of carp (Cyprinus carpioL.) vertebrate ancient (VA) opsin

      FEBS LETTERS
    13. Struthers, M; Yu, HB; Oprian, DD
      G protein-coupled receptor activation: Analysis of a highly constrained, "straitjacketed" rhodopsin

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

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    15. Fasick, JI; Lee, N; Oprian, DD
      Spectral tuning in the human blue cone pigment

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    16. 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
    17. Struthers, M; Yu, HB; Kono, M; Oprian, DD
      Tertiary interactions between the fifth and sixth transmembrane segments of rhodopsin

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    18. FASICK JI; CRONIN TW; HUNT DM; ROBINSON PR
      THE VISUAL PIGMENTS OF THE BOTTLE-NOSED-DOLPHIN (TURSIOPS-TRUNCATUS)

      Visual neuroscience
    19. ORLOV NY; KIMURA N
      INTERACTION OF NUCLEOSIDE DIPHOSPHATE KINASE WITH MEMBRANES OF BLEACHED BOVINE RETINAL ROD OUTER SEGMENTS - EFFECTS OF PH, SALTS, AND GUANINE-NUCLEOTIDES

      Biochemistry
    20. SURYA A; STADEL JM; KNOX BE
      EVIDENCE FOR MULTIPLE, BIOCHEMICALLY DISTINGUISHABLE STATES IN THE G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR, RHODOPSIN

      Trends in pharmacological sciences
    21. YANG T; SNIDER BB; OPRIAN DD
      SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL RETINYLAMINE ANALOG INHIBITOR OF CONSTITUTIVELY ACTIVE RHODOPSIN MUTANTS FOUND IN PATIENTS WITH AUTOSOMAL-DOMINANT RETINITIS-PIGMENTOSA

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    22. SURYA A; KNOX BE
      MODULATION OF OPSIN APOPROTEIN ACTIVITY BY RETINAL - DARK ACTIVITY OFRHODOPSIN FORMED AT LOW-TEMPERATURE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    23. MELIA TJ; COWAN CW; ANGLESON JK; WENSEL TG
      A COMPARISON OF THE EFFICIENCY OF G-PROTEIN ACTIVATION BY LIGAND-FREEAND LIGHT-ACTIVATED FORMS OF RHODOPSIN

      Biophysical journal
    24. RAO VR; OPRIAN DD
      ACTIVATING MUTATIONS OF RHODOPSIN AND OTHER G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS

      Annual review of biophysics and biomolecular structure
    25. BUCZYLKO J; SAARI JC; CROUCH RK; PALCZEWSKI K
      MECHANISMS OF OPSIN ACTIVATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    26. OHKITA YJ; SASAKI J; MAEDA A; YOSHIZAWA T; GROESBEEK M; VERDEGEM P; LUGTENBURG J
      CHANGES IN STRUCTURE OF THE CHROMOPHORE IN THE PHOTOCHEMICAL PROCESS OF BOVINE RHODOPSIN AS REVEALED BY FTIR SPECTROSCOPY FOR HYDROGEN OUT-OF-PLANE VIBRATIONS

      Biophysical chemistry
    27. FAHMY K; SIEBERT F; SAKMAR TP
      PHOTOACTIVATED STATE OF RHODOPSIN AND HOW IT CAN FORM

      Biophysical chemistry
    28. LI TS; FRANSON WK; GORDON JW; BERSON EL; DRYJA TP
      CONSTITUTIVE ACTIVATION OF PHOTOTRANSDUCTION BY K296E OPSIN IS NOT A CAUSE OF PHOTORECEPTOR DEGENERATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    29. YU HB; KONO M; MCKEE TD; OPRIAN DD
      A GENERAL-METHOD FOR MAPPING TERTIARY CONTACTS BETWEEN AMINO-ACID-RESIDUES IN MEMBRANE-EMBEDDED PROTEINS

      Biochemistry
    30. RIM J; OPRIAN DD
      CONSTITUTIVE ACTIVATION OF OPSIN - INTERACTION OF MUTANTS WITH RHODOPSIN KINASE AND ARRESTIN

      Biochemistry
    31. GOVARDHAN CP; OPRIAN DD
      ACTIVE-SITE-DIRECTED INACTIVATION OF CONSTITUTIVELY ACTIVE MUTANTS OFRHODOPSIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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