Refinement of the structure of the ligand-occupied cholecystokinin receptor using a photolabile amino-terminal probe.


Affinity labeling is a powerful tool to establish spatial approximations between photolabile residues within a ligand and its receptor. Here, we have utilized a cholecystokinin (CCK) analogue with a photolabile benzoylphenylalanine (Bpa) sited in position 24, adjacent to the pharmacophoric domain of this hormone (positions 27-33). This probe was a fully… (More)


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