Two different regions of P-glycoprotein [corrected] are photoaffinity-labeled by azidopine.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Bruggemann EP, Germann UA, Gottesman MM, Pastan I
  • Journal: J Biol Chem (1989) 264:15483-15488
  • ID: PN26507
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Domain mapping of the photoaffinity drug-binding sites in P-glycoprotein encoded by mouse mdr1b.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Greenberger LM, Lisanti CJ, Silva JT, Horwitz SB
  • Journal: J Biol Chem (1991) 266:20744-20751
  • ID: PN26508
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Photoaffinity substrates for P-glycoprotein.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Beck WT, Qian XD
  • Journal: Biochem Pharmacol (1992) 43:89-93
  • ID: PN26460
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Major photoaffinity drug labeling sites for iodoaryl azidoprazosin in P-glycoprotein are within, or immediately C-terminal to, transmembrane domains 6 and 12.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Greenberger LM
  • Journal: J Biol Chem (1993) 268:11417-11425
  • ID: PN26505
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