Subject Areas on Research
- A molecular analysis of G proteins and control of early gene expression by the cell-surface cAMP receptor in Dictyostelium.
- Amino acid substitutions in the Dictyostelium G alpha subunit G alpha 2 produce dominant negative phenotypes and inhibit the activation of adenylyl cyclase, guanylyl cyclase, and phospholipase C.
- Calspermin gene transcription is regulated by two cyclic AMP response elements contained in an alternative promoter in the calmodulin kinase IV gene.
- G-protein-linked signal transduction systems control development in Dictyostelium.
- G-protein-linked signaling pathways mediate development in Dictyostelium.
- Imidazole acetic acid as a substitute for cAMP.
- Mechanisms of excitation and adaptation in Dictyostelium.
- Multiple cyclic AMP receptors are linked to adenylyl cyclase in Dictyostelium.
- Secondary structure creates mismatched base pairs required for high-affinity binding of cAMP response element-binding protein to the human enkephalin enhancer.
- cAMP receptor and G-protein interactions control development in Dictyostelium.
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