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Pathways reviewed by Willardson, Barry M (6814214)

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6814122 Cooperation of PDCL (PhLP1) and TRiC/CCT in G-protein beta folding

Details on Person Willardson, Barry M

_displayNameWillardson, Barry M
_timestamp2017-08-22 20:43:33
affiliation[Affiliation:8854011] Chemistry and Biochemistry Department, Brigham Young University
created[InstanceEdit:6814213] Orlic-Milacic, Marija, 2015-11-25
firstnameBarry M
modified[InstanceEdit:8854013] Orlic-Milacic, Marija, 2016-01-25
[InstanceEdit:8932050] D'Eustachio, Peter, 2016-07-20
(author)[InstanceEdit:8854010] Willardson, Barry M, 2015-12-22
[LiteratureReference:6814212] Structures of the Gβ-CCT and PhLP1-Gβ-CCT complexes reveal a mechanism for G-protein β-subunit folding and Gβγ dimer assembly
[LiteratureReference:6814226] Phosducin-like protein acts as a molecular chaperone for G protein betagamma dimer assembly
[LiteratureReference:6814239] Mechanism of assembly of G protein betagamma subunits by protein kinase CK2-phosphorylated phosducin-like protein and the cytosolic chaperonin complex
[LiteratureReference:6814427] Phosducin-like protein 1 is essential for G-protein assembly and signaling in retinal rod photoreceptors
[LiteratureReference:8850509] Role of molecular chaperones in G protein beta5/regulator of G protein signaling dimer assembly and G protein betagamma dimer specificity
[LiteratureReference:8850512] Stable G protein-effector complexes in striatal neurons: mechanism of assembly and role in neurotransmitter signaling
[LiteratureReference:8850515] Retinal cone photoreceptors require phosducin-like protein 1 for G protein complex assembly and signaling
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