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  • 📰 GPCR Weekly News, April 24 to 30, 2023

    Sakmar, Debbie L. Hay, Lukas Grätz, and more. Check out some of the latest GPCR discoveries below!

  • Finding needles in haystacks: Omass unveils pipeline aimed at tough-to-drug targets

    November 2021 "Nov. 15, 2021 LONDON – There’s not yet proof of the pudding, but Omass Therapeutics Ltd.’s new structure-based technology has passed a key test, in enabling the discovery of orally available small molecules aimed at intractable and poorly drugged membrane and complex-bound protein targets. The targets, including G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), intracellular protein complexes and solute carriers, are relevant to immunology indications and rare diseases with high unmet need." Read more at the source #DrGPCR #GPCR #IndustryNews

  • Decoding β-Arrestins: from Structure to function

    conformational changes for the binding to the same GPCR to mediate differential regulatory effects (Haider

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  • Ep 26 with Dr. Debbie Hay

    Debbie Hay About this episode Dr. Debbie Hay is presently a professor at the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University Debbie obtained a Ph.D. in Molecular Pharmacology from Imperial College London in the UK. Join me and learn more about Debbie’s career and what she learned through her experiences as a scientist Debbie Hay on the web LinkedIn Wikipedia University of Otago University of Auckland Google Scholar Pubmed

  • Ep 26 with Dr. Debbie Hay

    Debbie Hay is presently a professor at the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University Debbie obtained a Ph.D. in Molecular Pharmacology from Imperial College London in the UK. Join me and learn more about Debbie’s career and what she learned through her experiences as a scientist Debbie Hay on the web LinkedIn Wikipedia University of Otago University of Auckland Google Scholar Pubmed

  • Ep 130 with Dr. Richard Premont

    In 1992, he won a Helen Hay Whitney Foundation fellowship to support his post-doctoral work with Robert

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