Role of lysine187 within the second extracellular loop of the type A cholecystokinin receptor in agonist-induced activation. Use of complementary charge-reversal mutagenesis to define a functionally important interdomain interaction

Maoqing Dong, Xi Qin Ding, Scott E. Thomas, Fan Gao, Polo C.H. Lam, Ruben Abagyan, Laurence J. Miller

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