Dr. GPCR Newsletter August, 2020
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1. Interesting GPCR papers published in July 2020
1.1 Receptor activation and signaling
1.2 Novel approaches and tools to study GPCR function
1.3 Reviews of the month
1.4 Structural insights of GPCR function
1.5 Interactions, interactions...
1.6 What's new with orphan receptors
2. What happened in the industry?
Australian Research Council (ARC) awards A$4.7 million grant towards establishment of a new A$13 million ARC Training Centre for Cryo-Electron Microscopy of Membrane Proteins for Drug Discovery in collaboration with both local and international academic and industry partners. This will be based out of Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and will be led by Professor Patrick Sexton and Associate Professor Denise Wootten.
3. Useful things to know
TRUPATH plasmids from @RothLabUNC now available at Addgene.
4. Additional upcoming virtual conferences