Contributors to Volume 343.
Volume in Series.
Section I. G Protein-Coupled Receptors.
A. Theoretical Evaluation of Receptor Function:
Considerations in the Evaluation of Inverse Agonism and Protean Agonism at G Protein-Coupled Receptors,
Theoretical Implications of Receptor Coupling to Multiple G Proteins Based on Analysis of a Three-State Model,
C. Scaramellini and P. Leff.
B. Design and Use of Receptor Ligands:
Use of Retinal Analogues for the Study of Visual Pigment Function,
R.K. Crouch, V. Kefalov, W. Gartner, and M.C. Cornwall.
Design and Synthesis of Peptide Antagonists and Inverse Agonists for G Protein-Coupled Receptors,
S.M. Cowell, P.M. Balse-Srinivasan, J.M. Ahn, and V.J. Hruby.
Design of Peptide Agonists,
V.J. Hruby, R.S. Agnes, C. Cai.
Design of Nonpeptides from Peptide Ligands for Peptide Receptors,
V.J. Hruby, W. Qiu, T. Okayama, and V.A. Soloshonok.
Strategies for Mapping the Binding Site of the Serotonin 5-HT2A Receptor,
B.J. Ebersole and S.C. Sealfon.
C. Structural Characterization of Receptor Proteins:
Use of the Substituted Cysteine Accessibility Method to Study the Structure and Function of G Protein-Coupled Receptors,
J.A. Javitch, L. Shi, and G. Liapakis.
Mass Spectrometric Analysis of G Protein-Coupled Receptors,
D.R. Knapp, R.K. Crouch, L.E. Ball, A.K. Gelasco, and Z. Ablonczy.
Probing the Higher Order Structure of G protein-Coupled Receptors Using Tethered Cleavage Methods,
A.K. Gelasco, R.K. Crouch, and D.R. Knapp.
Use of Fluorescence