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1-Jan-2011G protein-coupled receptor kinase 2 and arrestin2 regulate arterial smooth muscle P2Y-purinoceptor signalling.Morris, GE; Nelson, CP; Everitt, D; Brighton, PJ; Standen, NB; Challiss, RA; Willets, JMJournal Article
Mar-2012Arrestins 2 and 3 differentially regulate ETA and P2Y2 receptor-mediated cell signaling and migration in arterial smooth muscle.Morris, GE; Nelson, CP; Brighton, PJ; Standen, NB; Challiss, RA; Willets, JMJournal Article
7-Dec-2010M3-muscarinic receptor promotes insulin release via receptor phosphorylation/arrestin-dependent activation of protein kinase D1.Kong, KC; Butcher, AJ; McWilliams, P; Jones, D; Wess, J; Hamdan, FF; Werry, T; Rosethorne, EM; Charlton, SJ; Munson, SE; Cragg, HA; Smart, AD; Tobin, ABJournal Article
2012Physiological role of G-protein coupled receptor phosphorylation.Butcher, AJ; Kong, KC; Prihandoko, R; Tobin, ABJournal Article
Jun-2011Modulation of the novel cannabinoid receptor - GPR55 - during rat fetoplacental development.Fonseca, BM; Teixeira, NA; Almada, M; Taylor, AH; Konje, JC; Correia-da-Silva, GJournal Article
1-Sep-2011Principal role of adenylyl cyclase 6 in K⁺ channel regulation and vasodilator signalling in vascular smooth muscle cells.Nelson, Carl P.; Rainbow, Richard D.; Brignell, Jennifer L.; Perry, Matthew D.; Willets, Jonathon M.; Davies, Noel W.; Standen, Nicholas B.; Challiss, R.A. JohnJournal Article
30-Apr-2011The acute inotropic effects of cardiac contractility modulation (CCM) are associated with action potential duration shortening and mediated by β1-adrenoceptor signalling.Winter, J.; Brack, K. E.; Ng, Ghulam A.Journal Article
21-Dec-2010Contribution of the intracellular C terminal domain to regulation of human P2X1 receptors for ATP by phorbol ester and Gq coupled mGlu(1α) receptors.Wen, H; Evans, RJJournal Article