Steven E. Mansoor

Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR 
Structural biology, ion channel structure/function, GPCR structure/function
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McCarthy AE, Yoshioka C, Mansoor SE. (2019) Full-Length P2X Structures Reveal How Palmitoylation Prevents Channel Desensitization. Cell. 179: 659-670.e13
Mansoor SE, Lü W, Oosterheert W, et al. (2016) X-ray structures define human P2X3 receptor gating cycle and antagonist action. Nature
Mansoor SE, Dewitt MA, Farrens DL. (2010) Distance mapping in proteins using fluorescence spectroscopy: the tryptophan-induced quenching (TrIQ) method. Biochemistry. 49: 9722-31
Mansoor SE, DeWitt MA, Farrens DL. (2009) Mapping Proximity Within Proteins Using Fluorescence Spectroscopy: New Advances In Distance-dependent Tryptophan-induced Fluorescence Quenching Biophysical Journal. 96
Mansoor SE, Palczewski K, Farrens DL. (2006) Rhodopsin self-associates in asolectin liposomes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103: 3060-5
Mansoor SE, Farrens DL. (2004) High-throughput protein structural analysis using site-directed fluorescence labeling and the bimane derivative (2-pyridyl)dithiobimane. Biochemistry. 43: 9426-38
Mansoor SE, McHaourab HS, Farrens DL. (2002) Mapping proximity within proteins using fluorescence spectroscopy. A study of T4 lysozyme showing that tryptophan residues quench bimane fluorescence. Biochemistry. 41: 2475-84
Mansoor SE, McHaourab HS, Farrens DL. (2000) Determination of protein secondary structure and solvent accessibility using site-directed fluorescence labeling. Studies of T4 lysozyme using the fluorescent probe monobromobimane. Biochemistry. 38: 16383-93
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