Aaron M. D'Antona, Ph.D.

2006 University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
Molecular Biology
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Debra A. Kendall grad student 2006 University of Connecticut
 (Residues proximal to the DRY motif are involved in cannabinoid receptor 1 activation and G protein specificity.)
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D'Antona AM, Xie G, Sligar SG, et al. (2014) Assembly of an activated rhodopsin-transducin complex in nanoscale lipid bilayers. Biochemistry. 53: 127-34
D'Antona AM, Ahn KH, Wang L, et al. (2006) A cannabinoid receptor 1 mutation proximal to the DRY motif results in constitutive activity and reveals intramolecular interactions involved in receptor activation. Brain Research. 1108: 1-11
D'Antona AM, Ahn KH, Kendall DA. (2006) Mutations of CB1 T210 produce active and inactive receptor forms: correlations with ligand affinity, receptor stability, and cellular localization. Biochemistry. 45: 5606-17
Leggett JD, Aspley S, Beckett SR, et al. (2004) Oleamide is a selective endogenous agonist of rat and human CB1 cannabinoid receptors. British Journal of Pharmacology. 141: 253-62
Andersson H, D'Antona AM, Kendall DA, et al. (2003) Membrane assembly of the cannabinoid receptor 1: impact of a long N-terminal tail. Molecular Pharmacology. 64: 570-7
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