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Atomic-force microscopy: Rhodopsin dimers in native disc membranes
- D. Fotiadis, Yan Liang, S. Filipek, D. Saperstein, A. Engel, K. Palczewski
- 9 January 2003
In vertebrate retinal photoreceptors, the rod outer-segment disc membranes contain densely packed rhodopsin molecules for optimal light absorption and subsequent amplification by the visual…
The SLC3 and SLC7 families of amino acid transporters.
Organization of the G Protein-coupled Receptors Rhodopsin and Opsin in Native Membranes*
- Yan Liang, D. Fotiadis, S. Filipek, D. Saperstein, K. Palczewski, A. Engel
- BiologyJournal of Biological Chemistry
- 13 June 2003
This is the first semi-empirical model of a higher order structure of a GPCR in native membranes, and it has profound implications for the understanding of how this receptor interacts with partner proteins.
Cultivation strategies to enhance productivity of Pichia pastoris: A review.
Electrostatically balanced subnanometer imaging of biological specimens by atomic force microscope.
Molecular architecture of photosynthetic membranes in Rhodobacter sphaeroides: the role of PufX
- C. A. Siebert, P. Qian, D. Fotiadis, A. Engel, C. Hunter, P. Bullough
- BiologyThe EMBO journal
- 25 February 2004
The effects of the PufX polypeptide profoundly affects membrane morphology, leading to highly elongated cells containing extended tubular membranes, and the implications of this data for the export of quinol from the RC, for eventual reduction of the cytochrome bc1 complex.
Structure of the rhodopsin dimer: a working model for G-protein-coupled receptors.
The supramolecular assemblies of voltage-dependent anion channels in the native membrane.
The G protein‐coupled receptor rhodopsin in the native membrane
Functional Characterization of Rhodopsin Monomers and Dimers in Detergents*
- B. Jastrzebska, T. Maeda, K. Palczewski
- Biology, ChemistryJournal of Biological Chemistry
- 24 December 2004
It is shown that in micelles containing n-dodecyl-β-maltoside at concentrations greater than 3 mm, Rho is present as a single monomer per detergent micelle and the functional characterization of Rho monomers and dimers in detergent is described.