C. A. Curtis

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An Asp-Arg-Tyr triad occurs in a majority of rhodopsin-like G protein-coupled receptors. The fully conserved Arg is critical for G protein activation, but the function of the flanking residues is not(More)
Recently, global biomass-burning research has grown from what was primarily a climate field to include a vibrant air quality observation and forecasting community. While new fire monitoring systems(More)
The exofacial part of transmembrane domain 5 (TMD 5) of the cationic amine-binding subclass of 7-transmembrane receptors is thought to be important in binding the side chain of the agonist. Residues(More)