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  • GPCRs in Pharmacology

    This comprehensive course is designed to provide an in-depth exploration of key concepts in pharmacology, offering a nuanced understanding of drug interactions and mechanisms of action. The curriculum is divided into four modules, each focusing on essential aspects of pharmacological principles. Whether you are a healthcare professional, researcher, or student in the life sciences, this course will enhance your knowledge and critical thinking skills in the field of pharmacology.

  • Dr. GPCR Ecosystem 2.0

    GPCR Ecosystem.

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  • Ode to GPCRs

    The first Nobel prize that can be attributed to work related to GPCR-mediated signaling was the 1947 These odorant receptors (ORs) now account for about 60% of all identified human GPCRs. GPCR signaling, and location bias.[68–70] Further, our understanding of cross-talk between GPCR-mediated signaling pathways with other cellular signaling pathways, as well as non-signaling roles of GPCRs, Interaction of G-Protein βγ Complex with Chromatin Modulates GPCR- Dependent Gene Regulation.

  • GPCRs are not simple on-off switches: deep dive into GPCR-ligand interactions

    GPCR activation typically occurs through the binding of agonists which stabilize receptor conformations GPCR targeting drugs: orthosteric vs allosteric sites Most of the drugs targeting GPCRs bind to the orthosteric GPCRs functional selectivity Recent research has revealed a more intricate understanding of GPCR behavior Agonist binding to GPCRs doesn't always trigger all associated events sequentially. selectively activate specific cellular outcomes linked to that GPCR.

  • Targeting Intracellular Allosteric Sites in GPCRs

    Exploring the intracellular allosteric site GPCRs represent one of the largest and most vital families For this reason, GPCRs have been a focus of drug development for decades due to their role in regulating Conventional GPCR drug discovery has largely focused on orthosteric sites, but recent breakthroughs in GPCR activity, enabling greater specificity and fewer side effects. allosteric site common in class A and class B GPCRs, particularly in chemokine receptors.

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