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Sodium binding to hH3R and hH4R - a molecular modelling study

Wittmann, Hans-Joachim, Seifert, Roland and Strasser, Andrea (2014) Sodium binding to hH3R and hH4R - a molecular modelling study. Journal of Molecular Modeling 20, p. 2394.

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Several aminergic GPCRs, e.g., the human histamine H3-receptor (hH3R) are sensitive to sodium ions. Based on these experimental results, including site directed mutagenesis studies, a sodium binding pocket near to the highly conserved Asp2.50 was suggested. Recently, in the crystallized adenosine A2A receptor (4EIY), a sodium ion was found in a pocket, coordinated by Asp52, Ser91, and three water ...


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Institutions:Chemistry and Pharmacy > Institute of Pharmacy > Pharmaceutical/Medicinal Chemistry II (Prof. Buschauer)
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