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TSHR  -  thyroid stimulating hormone receptor

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  • Results of correlated mutation analysis, referenced to the rhodopsin crystal structure, affirms dimerization of TSHR transmembrane helices [1].


  1. Evolution of the thyrotropin receptor: a G protein coupled receptor with an intrinsic capacity to dimerize. Kaczur, V., Puskás, L.G., Takács, M., Rácz, I.A., Szendroi, A., Tóth, S., Nagy, Z., Szalai, C., Balázs, C., Falus, A., Knudsen, B., Farid, N.R. Mol. Genet. Metab. (2003) [Pubmed]
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