Domains of the human neutrophil N-formyl peptide receptor involved in G protein coupling. Mapping with receptor-derived peptides.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Schreiber RE, Prossnitz ER, Ye RD, Cochrane CG, Bokoch GM
  • Journal: J Biol Chem (1994) 269:326-331
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  • ID: PN15842
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Binding of low affinity N-formyl peptide receptors to G protein. Characterization of a novel inactive receptor intermediate.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Prossnitz E R; Schreiber R E; Bokoch G M; Ye R D;
  • Journal: J Biol Chem (1995) 270:10686-10780
  • Product Usage: Restriction enzymes and T4 DNA ligase from Invitrogen were used for cloning. Trypsin from Invitrogen was used for cell culture. For expression, the mutated FPR genes were subcloned into the EcoRI site of the vector pSFFV.neo, which contains the selectable marker aminoglycoside transferase. Approximately 10 cells mouse L cells were transfected by lipofectamine. Transfectants were selected by their resistance to G418 sulfate at an active drug concentration of 0.35 mg/ml.
  • ID: PN19464
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N-formyl peptide receptor phosphorylation domains differentially regulate arrestin and agonist affinity.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Key TA, Foutz TD, Gurevich VV, Sklar LA, Prossnitz ER
  • Journal: J Biol Chem (2003) 278:4041-4047
  • Product Usage:
  • ID: PN49785
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A20002
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