Dr. GPCR Newsletter October 2022
This past month was busy, to say the least. You can read the full version of the newsletter here. Starting January 2023, you’ll need to sign up for a free site membership to access the contents of the newsletter. Let's dive into the news.
Dr. GPCR Summit 2022: We’ve had a blast at the Summit this year. We’d like to thank our speakers and poster presenters as well as everyone who attended the Summit.
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1. Interesting papers published in September 2022
1.1. Receptor activation and signaling in GPCRs
1.2 Structural and molecular insights into GPCR function
1.3 GPCRs in Oncology
1.4 GPCRs in Inflammation and Immunology
1.5 GPCRs in Neuroscience
1.6 Methods in GPCR Research
1.7 This Month's Reviews
1.8 GPCRs drug action and discovery
1.9 Adhesion GPCRs
2. Industry News
3. Call for papers
Frontiers in Endocrinology, Systems Endocrinology, Advances in Computational and Chemical Methods to study GPCR Signal Transduction. Topic editors, Drs. Enza Lacitiva (University of Bari), Alexey Bondar (Institute of Microbiology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic) & Maria Majellaro (Celtarys Research). Deadline 11/30/2022
Frontiers in Endocrinology, Molecular and Structural, Advanced Biophysical and Biochemical Technologies to study GPCR Signal Transduction. Topic editors, Drs. Enza Lacitiva (University of Bari), Alexey Bondar (Institute of Microbiology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic) & Maria Majellaro (Celtarys Research). Deadline 11/30/2022