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Tripartite motif containing 47

Top mentioned proteins: CAN, Gi, ACID, fibrillin-1, somatostatin
Papers on GoA
Biased signaling regulates the pleiotropic effects of the urotensin II receptor to modulate its cellular behaviors.
Prézeau et al., Sherbrooke, Canada. In Faseb J, 2014
The activated receptor coupled to Gi1, GoA, Gq, and G13, excluding Gs, and recruited β-arrestins 1 and 2. Integration of these pathways led to a 2-phase kinetic phosphorylation of ERK1/2 kinases.
Deciphering the specific role of G(αi/o) isoforms: functional selective oxytocin ligands and somatostatin SST5 receptor mutants.
Chini et al., Milano, Italy. In Biochem Soc Trans, 2013
In the present mini-review, we focus on (i) the identification of functional selective OXT (oxytocin)-derived peptides capable of activating single Gi/o isoforms, namely Gi1 or Gi3; and (ii) the characterization of an SS (somatostatin) receptor SST5 mutant selectively impaired in its GoA coupling.
Hypothalamic digoxin, hemispheric chemical dominance, and sleep.
Kurup et al., Thiruvananthapuram, India. In Int J Neurosci, 2003
The activity of HMG GoA reductase and serum levels of digoxin, magnesium, tryptophan catabolites, and tyrosine catabolites were measured in individuals with chronic insomnia and in individuals with differing hemispheric dominance.
ATP binding by glutamyl-tRNA synthetase is switched to the productive mode by tRNA binding.
Yokoyama et al., Japan. In Embo J, 2003
In this study, we determined the crystal structure of the 'non-productive' complex of Thermus thermophilus GluRS, ATP and L-glutamate, together with those of the GluRS.ATP, GluRS.tRNA.ATP and GluRS.tRNA.GoA (a glutamyl-AMP analog) complexes.
Detection of CFTR gene mutations in patients suffering from chronic bronchitis.
Kulczycki et al., Lublin, Poland. In Arch Med Res, 2000
Patients were analyzed for the eight most common mutations of the CFTR gene (DeltaF508, G542X, N1303K, 1717-1(GoA)), W1282X, G551D, R553X, and DeltaI507 by the reverse-hybridization method.
The relationship of G(o)alpha subunit deamidation to the tissue distribution, nucleotide binding properties, and betagamma dimer interactions of G(o)alpha subunit isoforms.
Hildebrandt et al., Charleston, United States. In J Neurochem, 1999
The distribution and properties in brain of the alpha subunits of the major bovine brain Go isoforms, GoA, GoB and GoC, were characterized.
Selective coupling of mouse brain metabotropic sigma receptor with recombinant Gi1.
Ueda et al., Nagasaki, Japan. In Neurosci Lett, 1999
The (+)-pentazocine-stimulated [35S]GTPgammaS binding was blocked by the treatment of membranes with pertussis toxin (PTX), but completely recovered by the reconstitution of PTX-treated membranes with recombinant Gi1, but not with GoA.
Characterization of the major bovine brain Go alpha isoforms. Mapping the structural differences between the alpha subunit isoforms identifies a variable region of the protein involved in receptor interactions.
Hildebrandt et al., Charleston, United States. In J Biol Chem, 1999
Go is the major G protein in bovine brain, with at least three isoforms, GoA, GoB, and GoC.
G-proteins and G-protein subunits mediating cholinergic inhibition of N-type calcium currents in sympathetic neurons.
Buckley et al., London, United Kingdom. In Eur J Neurosci, 1998
The results indicate that: (i) M4 mAChR-induced inhibition is mediated by GoA; (ii) a and Py subunits released from the activated GoA heterotrimer produce separate voltage-insensitive and voltage-sensitive components of inhibition, respectively; and (iii) voltage-insensitive M1 mAChR-induced inhibition is likely to be mediated by the alpha subunit of Gq.
Functional reconstitution of a highly purified mu-opioid receptor protein with purified G proteins in liposomes.
Simon et al., New York City, United States. In J Neurochem, 1995
A mixture of bovine brain G proteins, predominantly GoA, was used for most of the experiments, but some experiments were performed with individual pure G proteins, GoA, GoB, Gi1, and Gi2.
Selective patterns of expression of G protein alpha subunits during in vitro development of hypothalamic neurons.
Faivre-Bauman et al., Paris, France. In J Neurochem, 1994
In parallel, the cellular distribution of Gi, Gs, and GoA subunits was visualized by in situ hybridization.
Supersensitization of neurochemical responses by L-DOPA and dopamine receptor agonists in the striatum of experimental Parkinson's disease model rats.
Misu et al., Yokohama, Japan. In Biomed Pharmacother, 1994
In the RNAase protection assay, neither D1, D2, Gi1 alpha, GoA alpha nor Gs alpha mRNA expression in the model was significantly different from the control.
Identification and isolation of common and tissue-specific geranylgeranylated gamma subunits of guanine-nucleotide-binding regulatory proteins in various tissues.
Asano et al., Japan. In Eur J Biochem, 1993
Of the brain G proteins, GoA, GoB, and Gi1 contain the same set of three gamma subunits, but Gi2 contains only two of these subunits.
Two forms of G(o) type G proteins: identification and distribution in various rat tissues and cloned cells.
Kato et al., Japan. In J Neurochem, 1992
The cDNAs encoding two forms of mammalian G(o) alpha were also isolated and designated GoA alpha and GoB alpha.
Alternative splicing produces transcripts encoding two forms of the alpha subunit of GTP-binding protein Go.
Simon et al., Pasadena, United States. In Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 1990
These two forms, which we call GoA alpha and GoB alpha, appear to be the products of alternative splicing.
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