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Conserved aspartic acid residues 79 and 113 of the beta-adrenergic receptor have different roles in receptor function.
Strader CD, Sigal IS, Candelore MR, Rands E, Hill WS, Dixon RA. Strader CD, et al. Among authors: sigal is. J Biol Chem. 1988 Jul 25;263(21):10267-71. J Biol Chem. 1988. PMID: 2899076
Deletion mutagenesis experiments have demonstrated that the binding site of the beta-adrenergic receptor involves the hydrophobic core of the protein (Dixon, R. A. F., Sigal, I. S., Rands, E., Register, R. B., Candelore, M. R., Blake, A. ...The sequence similarity among th …
Deletion mutagenesis experiments have demonstrated that the binding site of the beta-adrenergic receptor involves the hydrophobic core of th …
Mutations that uncouple the beta-adrenergic receptor from Gs and increase agonist affinity.
Strader CD, Dixon RA, Cheung AH, Candelore MR, Blake AD, Sigal IS. Strader CD, et al. Among authors: sigal is. J Biol Chem. 1987 Dec 5;262(34):16439-43. J Biol Chem. 1987. PMID: 2890637
The deletion of residues 239-272 from the hamster beta-adrenergic receptor resulted in a loss of the ability of the receptor, expressed in mouse L cells, to stimulate adenylate cyclase (Dixon, R. A. F., Sigal, I. S., Rands, E., Register, R. B., Candelore, M. R., Blake, A. …
The deletion of residues 239-272 from the hamster beta-adrenergic receptor resulted in a loss of the ability of the receptor, expressed in m …
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