X
Search Filters
Format Format
Format Format
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
Journal Article (6248) 6248
Publication (1732) 1732
Book Chapter (340) 340
Conference Proceeding (135) 135
Dissertation (90) 90
Book Review (87) 87
Reference (32) 32
Book / eBook (11) 11
Government Document (3) 3
Data Set (1) 1
Journal / eJournal (1) 1
Magazine Article (1) 1
more...
Subjects Subjects
Subjects Subjects
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
index medicus (3208) 3208
gpcr (3109) 3109
humans (2948) 2948
animals (2500) 2500
biochemistry & molecular biology (2229) 2229
signal transduction (1332) 1332
receptors, g-protein-coupled - metabolism (1283) 1283
cell biology (1062) 1062
ligands (975) 975
g protein-coupled receptor (890) 890
protein-coupled receptors (841) 841
activation (801) 801
g protein-coupled receptors (775) 775
g proteins (734) 734
mice (730) 730
article (729) 729
pharmacology & pharmacy (716) 716
crystal-structure (680) 680
proteins (664) 664
protein binding (645) 645
amino acid sequence (622) 622
gpcrs (622) 622
receptors, g-protein-coupled - genetics (612) 612
receptors, g-protein-coupled - chemistry (588) 588
molecular sequence data (562) 562
hek293 cells (544) 544
protein-coupled receptor (539) 539
models, molecular (532) 532
biophysics (527) 527
membrane proteins (510) 510
expression (507) 507
receptors (451) 451
cell line (446) 446
analysis (429) 429
neurosciences (429) 429
drug discovery (425) 425
identification (420) 420
rats (403) 403
rhodopsin (396) 396
binding (392) 392
physiological aspects (379) 379
phosphorylation (374) 374
receptor (370) 370
binding sites (359) 359
protein conformation (351) 351
cells (350) 350
protein structure, tertiary (316) 316
g-protein-coupled receptor (313) 313
male (313) 313
beta-adrenergic receptor (310) 310
signal transduction - physiology (304) 304
chemistry, medicinal (302) 302
structure-activity relationship (284) 284
pharmacology (282) 282
mutation (269) 269
cell membrane - metabolism (266) 266
drug design (263) 263
dimerization (259) 259
peptides (255) 255
cho cells (252) 252
biology (251) 251
agonist (250) 250
signal transduction - drug effects (248) 248
biochemical research methods (247) 247
research (243) 243
g protein (239) 239
female (234) 234
trafficking (230) 230
cricetinae (229) 229
receptors, g-protein-coupled - agonists (223) 223
signaling (221) 221
life sciences (220) 220
models, biological (218) 218
protein (217) 217
multidisciplinary sciences (216) 216
gene expression (215) 215
molecular dynamics (215) 215
arrestin (211) 211
gtp-binding proteins - metabolism (210) 210
beta-arrestin (208) 208
cancer (206) 206
cells, cultured (205) 205
protein structure, secondary (201) 201
review (200) 200
calcium - metabolism (199) 199
cricetulus (198) 198
endocrinology & metabolism (196) 196
receptors, g-protein-coupled - physiology (194) 194
beta-arrestins (193) 193
antagonist (192) 192
ligand-binding (192) 192
hormones, hormone substitutes, and hormone antagonists (191) 191
cyclic amp - metabolism (189) 189
endocytosis (186) 186
research article (183) 183
inflammation (181) 181
in-vivo (178) 178
cell line, tumor (177) 177
chemistry, multidisciplinary (176) 176
arrestins - metabolism (172) 172
more...
Library Location Library Location
Language Language
Language Language
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
English (6498) 6498
Japanese (19) 19
French (12) 12
Korean (8) 8
Chinese (7) 7
German (6) 6
Portuguese (4) 4
Catalan (2) 2
Swedish (2) 2
Spanish (1) 1
more...
Publication Date Publication Date
Click on a bar to filter by decade
Slide to change publication date range


G-protein coupled receptor dimerization, 12/2003
A growing body of evidence suggests that GPCRs exist and function as dimers or higher oligomers. The evidence for GPCR dimerization comes from biochemical,... 
GPCR dimerization, trafficking, signaling, internalization
Journal
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 2/2012, Volume 335, Issue 6070, pp. 851 - 855
Journal Article
PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 10/2012, Volume 7, Issue 10, p. e46039
A highly crystallizable T4 lysozyme (T4L) was fused to the N-terminus of the beta(2) adrenergic receptor (beta(2)AR), a G-protein coupled receptor (GPCR) for... 
COMPLEX | ANTAGONIST | CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | GPCR | BETA-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR | MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR | Protein Engineering - methods | Receptors, G-Protein-Coupled - metabolism | Humans | Molecular Sequence Data | Crystallography, X-Ray | Tritium | Recombinant Fusion Proteins - metabolism | Viral Proteins - metabolism | Receptors, Adrenergic, beta-2 - chemistry | Sf9 Cells | Bacteriophage T4 - enzymology | Binding Sites | Binding, Competitive | Protein Structure, Tertiary | Amino Acid Sequence | Protein Structure, Secondary | Muramidase - chemistry | Receptors, Adrenergic, beta-2 - genetics | Viral Proteins - chemistry | Muramidase - genetics | Crystallization | Models, Molecular | Viral Proteins - genetics | Muramidase - metabolism | Recombinant Fusion Proteins - chemistry | Receptors, Adrenergic, beta-2 - metabolism | Animals | Dihydroalprenolol - metabolism | Protein Binding | Recombinant Fusion Proteins - genetics | Dihydroalprenolol - chemistry | Protein Conformation | Receptors, G-Protein-Coupled - genetics | Mutation | Receptors, G-Protein-Coupled - chemistry | Proteins | Lysozyme | G proteins | Protein engineering | G protein-coupled receptors | Crystal lattices | Science | Catecholamines | Crystallography | Medicine | Signaling | N-Terminus | Chemical bonds | Adrenergic receptors | Physiology | Crystal structure
Journal Article
Biochemical Pharmacology, ISSN 0006-2952, 07/2018, Volume 153, pp. 62 - 74
G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) are usually highlighted as being both the largest family of membrane proteins and the most productive source of drug... 
G protein-coupled receptor | Orphan GPCR | Drug target | Deorphanization | INSULIN-SECRETION | ORPHAN RECEPTOR | BETA-ARRESTIN | INTERNATIONAL UNION | MESSENGER-RNA | HEAD ACTIVATOR | AMINO-ACIDS | FUNCTIONAL SELECTIVITY | PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY | KYNURENIC ACID | BETA-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR | Angiotensin | Neurohormones | ACTH | Intermedin | G proteins | Molecular biology | Membrane proteins
Journal Article
Journal Article