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Browsing Articles (Hospital del Mar Research Institute) by Subject "G protein-coupled receptors"

Browsing Articles (Hospital del Mar Research Institute) by Subject "G protein-coupled receptors"

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  • Baidya, Mithu; Chaturvedi, Madhu; Dwivedi, Hemlata; Ranjan, Ashutosh; Devost, Dominic; Namkung, Yoon; Stepniewski, Tomasz Maciej, 1988-; Pandey, Shubhi; Baruah, Minakshi; Panigrahi, Bhanupriya; Sarma, Parishmita; Yadav, Manish K.; Maharana, Jagannath; Banerjee, Ramanuj; Kawakami, Kouki; Inoue, Asuka; Selent, Jana; Laporte, Stéphane A.; Hébert, Terence E.; Shukla, Arun K. (Nature Research, 2022)
    Agonist-induced phosphorylation of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) is a primary determinant of β-arrestin (βarr) recruitment and trafficking. For several GPCRs such as the vasopressin receptor subtype 2 (V2R), ...
  • Lally, Ciara C.M.; Bauer, Brain; Selent, Jana; Sommer, Martha E. (Nature Publishing Group, 2017)
    G-protein-coupled receptors are membrane proteins that are regulated by a small family of arrestin proteins. During formation of the arrestin–receptor complex, arrestin first interacts with the phosphorylated receptor C ...
  • Grimes, Jak; Koszegi, Zsombor; Lanoiselée, Yann; Miljus, Tamara; O'Brien, Shannon L.; Stepniewski, Tomasz Maciej, 1988-; Medel Lacruz, Brian; Baidya, Mithu; Makarova, Maria; Mistry, Ravi; Goulding, Joëlle; Drube, Julia; Hoffmann, Carsten; Owen, Dylan M.; Shukla, Arun K.; Selent, Jana; Hill, Stephen J.; Calebiro, Davide (Elsevier, 2023)
    β-arrestin plays a key role in G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) signaling and desensitization. Despite recent structural advances, the mechanisms that govern receptor-β-arrestin interactions at the plasma membrane of ...

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