Arthur Karlin
Arthur Karlin
Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics, Columbia University
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Emerging structure of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors
A Karlin
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 3 (2), 102-114, 2002
11492002
Acetylcholine receptor channel structure probed in cysteine-substitution mutants
MH Akabas, DA Stauffer, M Xu, A Karlin
Science 258 (5080), 307-310, 1992
8161992
Toward a structural basis for the function of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors and their cousins
A Karlin, MH Akabas
Neuron 15 (6), 1231-1244, 1995
8151995
[8] Substituted-cysteine accessibility method
A Karlin, MH Akabas
Methods in enzymology 293, 123-145, 1998
7141998
Identification of the alpha subunit half-cystine specifically labeled by an affinity reagent for the acetylcholine receptor binding site.
PN Kao, AJ Dwork, RR Kaldany, ML Silver, J Wideman, S Stein, A Karlin
Journal of Biological Chemistry 259 (19), 11662-11665, 1984
5171984
Identification of acetylcholine receptor channel-lining residues in the entire M2 segment of the α subunit
MH Akabas, C Kaufmann, P Archdeacon, A Karlin
Neuron 13 (4), 919-927, 1994
5111994
Acetylcholine receptor binding site contains a disulfide cross-link between adjacent half-cystinyl residues.
PN Kao, A Karlin
Journal of Biological Chemistry 261 (18), 8085-8088, 1986
5021986
On the application of “a plausible model” of allosteric proteins to the receptor for acetylcholine
A Karlin
Journal of theoretical biology 16 (2), 306-320, 1967
5001967
Molecular weight in detergent solution of acetylcholine receptor from Torpedo californica
JA Reynolds, A Karlin
Biochemistry 17 (11), 2035-2038, 1978
4851978
Functional contributions of α5 subunit to neuronal acetylcholine receptor channels
J Ramirez-Latorre, CR Yu, X Qu, F Perin, A Karlin, L Role
Nature 380 (6572), 347-351, 1996
4791996
Structure of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors
A Karlin
Current opinion in neurobiology 3 (3), 299-309, 1993
3511993
Electrostatic potential of the acetylcholine binding sites in the nicotinic receptor probed by reactions of binding-site cysteines with charged methanethiosulfonates
DA Stauffer, A Karlin
Biochemistry 33 (22), 6840-6849, 1994
3371994
Structure of the NMDA receptor channel M2 segment inferred from the accessibility of substituted cysteines
T Kuner, LP Wollmuth, A Karlin, PH Seeburg, B Sakmann
Neuron 17 (2), 343-352, 1996
3111996
Chemical modification of the active site of the acetylcholine receptor
A Karlin
The Journal of general physiology 54 (1), 245-264, 1969
3071969
Effects of blocking sulfhydryl groups and of reducing disulfide bonds on the acetylcholine-activated permeability system of the electroplax
A Karlin, E Bartels
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biophysics including Photosynthesis 126 …, 1966
3031966
Molecular properties of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors
A Karlin
Cell Surface and Neuronal Function, 1980
2851980
Affinity-labeling of purified acetylcholine receptor from Torpedo californica
CL Weill, MG McNamee, A Karlin
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 61 (3), 997-1003, 1974
2841974
The location of the gate in the acetylcholine receptor channel
GG Wilson, A Karlin
Neuron 20 (6), 1269-1281, 1998
2481998
Symmetrical dimer of the human dopamine transporter revealed by cross-linking Cys-306 at the extracellular end of the sixth transmembrane segment
H Hastrup, A Karlin, JA Javitch
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (18), 10055-10060, 2001
2392001
Identification of Acetylcholine Receptor Channel-Lining Residues in the M1 Segment of the. alpha.-Subunit
MH Akabas, A Karlin
Biochemistry 34 (39), 12496-12500, 1995
2361995
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