Her primary scientific interests are in Receptor, Biochemistry, Internal medicine, Cell biology and Agonist. Her Receptor research integrates issues from Signal transduction and Secretin receptor. Her Secretin receptor research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Pharmacophore and Secretin receptor family.
Her Internal medicine study combines topics in areas such as Gastroenterology, Chondrocyte and Endocrinology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Homologous desensitization, Internalization, Cell growth and Transmembrane domain in addition to Cell biology. Her Glucagon-like peptide 1 receptor study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Enzyme-linked receptor, Allosteric regulation and Ligand.
Her primary areas of study are Receptor, Biochemistry, Cholecystokinin receptor, Internal medicine and G protein-coupled receptor. Her Receptor research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Secretin receptor, Peptide and Cell biology. The Secretin receptor study combines topics in areas such as Secretin receptor family and G protein.
Laurence J. Miller studied Biochemistry and Biophysics that intersect with Transmembrane domain. Laurence J. Miller has researched Cholecystokinin receptor in several fields, including Binding site, Affinity labeling, Stereochemistry, Acinar cell and Allosteric regulation. Her Internal medicine study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Gastroenterology and Endocrinology.
Laurence J. Miller mainly investigates Receptor, G protein-coupled receptor, Cell biology, Biophysics and Biochemistry. Her research investigates the connection between Receptor and topics such as Peptide that intersect with problems in Extracellular. Her G protein-coupled receptor research incorporates elements of Secretin receptor, Function, Transmembrane protein, Transmembrane domain and Binding site.
Her research integrates issues of RAMP1, Membrane protein, Calcitonin receptor and Cell membrane in her study of Cell biology. Her Biophysics course of study focuses on Ligand and Stereochemistry and Protein structure. Her biological study deals with issues like Pharmacology, which deal with fields such as Endogeny.
Her primary areas of investigation include Receptor, Cell biology, G protein-coupled receptor, Transmembrane domain and Functional selectivity. Receptor is a subfield of Biochemistry that Laurence J. Miller explores. Her Cell biology study incorporates themes from RAMP1, Calcitonin receptor and Cell membrane.
Her work deals with themes such as Heterotrimeric G protein, Tetrazine, Binding site and Transmembrane protein, which intersect with G protein-coupled receptor. Her research investigates the link between Functional selectivity and topics such as Glucagon-like peptide 1 receptor that cross with problems in Bioinformatics. Her Agonist research focuses on subjects like Ligand, which are linked to Protein structure.
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Seven Transmembrane Receptors as Shapeshifting Proteins: The Impact of Allosteric Modulation and Functional Selectivity on New Drug Discovery
Terry P. Kenakin;Laurence J. Miller.
Pharmacological Reviews (2010)
International Union of Pharmacology. XXXV. The Glucagon Receptor Family
Kelly E. Mayo;Laurence J. Miller;Dominique Bataille;Stéphane Dalle.
Pharmacological Reviews (2003)
Study of recurrence after surgical resection of intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm of the pancreas.
Suresh T. Chari;Dhiraj Yadav;Thomas C. Smyrk;Eugene P. DiMagno.
Dysmotility of the small intestine in irritable bowel syndrome.
J E Kellow;S F Phillips;L J Miller;A R Zinsmeister.
Phase-plate cryo-EM structure of a class B GPCR–G-protein complex
Yi Lynn Liang;Maryam Khoshouei;Mazdak Radjainia;Yan Zhang.
Dual pathways of internalization of the cholecystokinin receptor.
Belinda F. Roettger;Ronald U. Rentsch;Delia Pinon;Eileen Holicky.
Journal of Cell Biology (1995)
Enteric neuronal autoantibodies in pseudoobstruction with small-cell lung carcinoma.
Vanda A. Lennon;Vanda A. Lennon;Daryl F. Sas;Daryl F. Sas;Michael F. Busk;Michael F. Busk;Bernd Scheithauer;Bernd Scheithauer.
Secretin and vasoactive intestinal peptide receptors : Members of a unique family of G protein-coupled receptors
Charles D. Ulrich;Martin Holtmann;Laurence J. Miller.
Allosteric Ligands of the Glucagon-Like Peptide 1 Receptor (GLP-1R) Differentially Modulate Endogenous and Exogenous Peptide Responses in a Pathway-Selective Manner: Implications for Drug Screening
Cassandra Koole;Denise Wootten;John Simms;Celine Valant.
Molecular Pharmacology (2010)
Antagonist-stimulated internalization of the G protein-coupled cholecystokinin receptor.
B. F. Roettger;D. Ghanekar;R. Rao;C. Toledo.
Molecular Pharmacology (1997)
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