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Kobilka, Brian K. Library of Congress/NACO

Kobilka, Brian BIBSYS

VIAF ID: 235149066630865602549 (Personal)


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Abnormal cardiac function associated with sympathetic nervous system hyperactivity in mice. Wikidata
Coupling ligand structure to specific conformational switches in the beta2-adrenoceptor. Wikidata
Differential targeting and function of alpha2A and alpha2C adrenergic receptor subtypes in cultured sympathetic neurons Wikidata
The ectodomain of the luteinizing hormone receptor interacts with exoloop 2 to constrain the transmembrane region: studies using chimeric human and fly receptors. Wikidata
The effect of ligand efficacy on the formation and stability of a GPCR-G protein complex. Wikidata
Identification of an allosteric binding site for Zn2+ on the beta2 adrenergic receptor. Wikidata
In meso in situ serial X-ray crystallography of soluble and membrane proteins at cryogenic temperatures. Wikidata
Mass spectrometric analysis of agonist effects on posttranslational modifications of the beta-2 adrenoceptor in mammalian cells. Wikidata
A monomeric G protein-coupled receptor isolated in a high-density lipoprotein particle efficiently activates its G protein Wikidata
Nanoscale high-content analysis using compositional heterogeneities of single proteoliposomes. Wikidata
A new era of GPCR structural and chemical biology. Wikidata
Optical techniques for integrated control and recording of neural activity,2010: Library of Congress/NACO
The PDZ-binding motif of the beta2-adrenoceptor is essential for physiologic signaling and trafficking in cardiac myocytes. Wikidata
Plasmon-waveguide resonance studies of ligand binding to the human beta 2-adrenergic receptor. Wikidata
Probing the beta2 adrenoceptor binding site with catechol reveals differences in binding and activation by agonists and partial agonists. Wikidata
Protecting the myocardium: a role for the beta2 adrenergic receptor in the heart. Wikidata
Regulation of G-protein coupled receptor traffic by an evolutionary conserved hydrophobic signal. Wikidata
The role of protein dynamics in GPCR function: insights from the β2AR and rhodopsin. Wikidata
Signaling from beta1- and beta2-adrenergic receptors is defined by differential interactions with PDE4 Wikidata
The structural basis of G-protein-coupled receptor signaling (Nobel Lecture) Wikidata
Tandem facial amphiphiles for membrane protein stabilization. Wikidata
Understanding the ligand-receptor-G protein ternary complex for GPCR drug discovery. Wikidata

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