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1.

Agouti: from mouse to man, from skin to fat.

Voisey J, van Daal A.

Pigment Cell Res. 2002 Feb;15(1):10-8. Review.

PMID:
11837451
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The melanocortin-1 receptor and human pigmentation.

Abdel-Malek Z, Suzuki I, Tada A, Im S, Akcali C.

Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1999 Oct 20;885:117-33. Review.

PMID:
10816645
3.

The melanocortin receptors: agonists, antagonists, and the hormonal control of pigmentation.

Cone RD, Lu D, Koppula S, Vage DI, Klungland H, Boston B, Chen W, Orth DN, Pouton C, Kesterson RA.

Recent Prog Horm Res. 1996;51:287-317; discussion 318. Review.

PMID:
8701084
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Interaction of Agouti protein with the melanocortin 1 receptor in vitro and in vivo.

Ollmann MM, Lamoreux ML, Wilson BD, Barsh GS.

Genes Dev. 1998 Feb 1;12(3):316-30.

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Regulation of yellow pigment formation in mice: a historical perspective.

Wolff GL.

Pigment Cell Res. 2003 Feb;16(1):2-15. Review.

PMID:
12519120
6.

The role of the agouti gene in the yellow obese syndrome.

Miltenberger RJ, Mynatt RL, Wilkinson JE, Woychik RP.

J Nutr. 1997 Sep;127(9):1902S-1907S. Review.

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Genetic studies of the mouse mutations mahogany and mahoganoid.

Miller KA, Gunn TM, Carrasquillo MM, Lamoreux ML, Galbraith DB, Barsh GS.

Genetics. 1997 Aug;146(4):1407-15.

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Significance of the melanocortin 1 receptor in regulating human melanocyte pigmentation, proliferation, and survival.

Kadekaro AL, Kanto H, Kavanagh R, Abdel-Malek Z.

Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2003 Jun;994:359-65. Review.

PMID:
12851336
9.

Agouti protein is an antagonist of the melanocyte-stimulating-hormone receptor.

Lu D, Willard D, Patel IR, Kadwell S, Overton L, Kost T, Luther M, Chen W, Woychik RP, Wilkison WO, et al.

Nature. 1994 Oct 27;371(6500):799-802.

PMID:
7935841
10.

Agouti signaling protein inhibits melanogenesis and the response of human melanocytes to alpha-melanotropin.

Suzuki I, Tada A, Ollmann MM, Barsh GS, Im S, Lamoreux ML, Hearing VJ, Nordlund JJ, Abdel-Malek ZA.

J Invest Dermatol. 1997 Jun;108(6):838-42.

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Role of melanocortinergic neurons in feeding and the agouti obesity syndrome.

Fan W, Boston BA, Kesterson RA, Hruby VJ, Cone RD.

Nature. 1997 Jan 9;385(6612):165-8.

PMID:
8990120
12.

Agouti signal protein regulation in human melanoma cells.

Voisey J, Kelly G, Van Daal A.

Pigment Cell Res. 2003 Feb;16(1):65-71.

PMID:
12519127
13.

Mutations in the carboxyl terminus of the agouti protein decrease agouti inhibition of ligand binding to the melanocortin receptors.

Kiefer LL, Ittoop OR, Bunce K, Truesdale AT, Willard DH, Nichols JS, Blanchard SG, Mountjoy K, Chen WJ, Wilkison WO.

Biochemistry. 1997 Feb 25;36(8):2084-90.

PMID:
9047307
14.

Melanocortin receptors and antagonists regulate pigmentation and body weight.

Jordan SA, Jackson IJ.

Bioessays. 1998 Aug;20(8):603-6. Review.

PMID:
9780833
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An agouti mutation lacking the basic domain induces yellow pigmentation but not obesity in transgenic mice.

Miltenberger RJ, Mynatt RL, Bruce BD, Wilkison WO, Woychik RP, Michaud EJ.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1999 Jul 20;96(15):8579-84.

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The yellow mouse obesity syndrome and mechanisms of agouti-induced obesity.

Moussa NM, Claycombe KJ.

Obes Res. 1999 Sep;7(5):506-14. Review.

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Accessory proteins for melanocortin signaling: attractin and mahogunin.

He L, Eldridge AG, Jackson PK, Gunn TM, Barsh GS.

Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2003 Jun;994:288-98. Review.

PMID:
12851328
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Characterization of Agouti-related protein binding to melanocortin receptors.

Yang YK, Thompson DA, Dickinson CJ, Wilken J, Barsh GS, Kent SB, Gantz I.

Mol Endocrinol. 1999 Jan;13(1):148-55.

PMID:
9892020
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The melanocortin 1 receptor is the principal mediator of the effects of agouti signaling protein on mammalian melanocytes.

Abdel-Malek ZA, Scott MC, Furumura M, Lamoreux ML, Ollmann M, Barsh GS, Hearing VJ.

J Cell Sci. 2001 Mar;114(Pt 5):1019-24.

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