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A function for monoubiquitination in the internalization of a G protein-coupled receptor.

Terrell J, Shih S, Dunn R, Hicke L.

Mol Cell. 1998 Jan;1(2):193-202.

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Ubiquitination of the PEST-like endocytosis signal of the yeast a-factor receptor.

Roth AF, Davis NG.

J Biol Chem. 2000 Mar 17;275(11):8143-53.

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The carboxy-terminal tail of the Ste2 receptor is involved in activation of the G protein in the Saccharomyces cerevisiae alpha-pheromone response pathway.

Durán-Avelar MJ, Ongay-Larios L, Zentella-Dehesa A, Coria R.

FEMS Microbiol Lett. 2001 Apr 1;197(1):65-71.

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G-protein-coupled receptors function as oligomers in vivo.

Overton MC, Blumer KJ.

Curr Biol. 2000 Mar 23;10(6):341-4.

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Sequences in the intracellular loops of the yeast pheromone receptor Ste2p required for G protein activation.

Celić A, Martin NP, Son CD, Becker JM, Naider F, Dumont ME.

Biochemistry. 2003 Mar 18;42(10):3004-17.

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12627966
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The alpha-factor receptor C-terminus is important for mating projection formation and orientation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Vallier LG, Segall JE, Snyder M.

Cell Motil Cytoskeleton. 2002 Dec;53(4):251-66.

PMID:
12378535
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Identification of a novel ubiquitin conjugation motif, required for ligand-induced internalization of the growth hormone receptor.

Govers R, ten Broeke T, van Kerkhof P, Schwartz AL, Strous GJ.

EMBO J. 1999 Jan 4;18(1):28-36.

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Recognition of the polyubiquitin proteolytic signal.

Thrower JS, Hoffman L, Rechsteiner M, Pickart CM.

EMBO J. 2000 Jan 4;19(1):94-102.

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