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Cole Publications 2002

S.P.C Cole 2002 Publications

  1. S. Conrad, H-M. Kauffmann, K-i. Ito, E.M. Leslie, R.G. Deeley, D. Schrenk and S.P.C. Cole. A naturally occurring mutation in MRP1 results in a selective decrease in organic anion transport and in increased doxorubicin resistance. Pharmacogenetics 12: 321-330 (2002).
  2. D-W. Zhang, S.P.C. Cole and R.G. Deeley. Determinants of the substrate specificity of multidrug resistance protein 1 (MRP1): role of amino acid residues with hydrogen bonding potential in predicted transmembrane helix 17. J. Biol. Chem. 277: 20934-20941 (2002).
  3. S.P.C. Cole and R.G. Deeley. Multidrug Resistance II - MRP and Related proteins. In, Encyclopedia of Cancer - Second Edition (ed. J.R. Bertino), Vol. 3, pp. 255-267, Elsevier Science, San Diego, CA. (2002).
  4. R.G. Deeley and S.P.C. Cole. Multidrug resistance protein 1 (ABCC1). In, ABC Proteins: From Bacteria to Man. (eds. I.B. Holland, S.P.C. Cole, K. Kuchler, and C.F. Higgins) pp. 393-422, Academic Press, Elsevier Science, London (2002).
  5. Q. Mao, W. Qiu, K.E. Weigl, P.A. Lander, L.B. Tabas, R.L. Shephard, A.H. Dantzig, R.G. Deeley and S.P.C. Cole. GSH-dependent photolabeling of multidrug resistance protein MRP1 (ABCC1) by [125I]-LY475776: evidence of a major binding site in the COOH-proximal membrane spanning domain. J. Biol. Chem. 277: 28690-28699 (2002).
  6. Y-M. Qian, C.E. Grant, C.J. Westlake, D. Zhang, P.A. Lander, R.L. Shepard, A.H. Dantzig, S.P.C. Cole and R.G. Deeley. Photolabeling of human and murine multidrug resistance protein 1 with the high affinity inhibitor [125I]LY475776 and azidophenacyl [35S]glutathione. J. Biol. Chem. 277: 35225-35231 (2002).
  7. A. Haimeur, R.G. Deeley and S.P.C. Cole. Charged amino acids in the sixth transmembrane helix of multidrug resistance protein 1 (MRP1) are critical determinants of transport activity. J. Biol. Chem. 277: 41326-41333 (2002).
  8. C-N. Lok, A.J. Lang, S.E.L. Mirski and S.P.C. Cole. Characterization of human topoisomerase IIb (TOP2B) promoter activity: essential roles of the nuclear factor-Y (NF-Y) and specificity protein-1 (Sp1) binding sites. Biochem. J. 368: 741-751 (2002).
  9. K. Koike, C.J. Oleschuk, A. Haimeur, S.L. Olsen, R.G. Deeley and S.P.C. Cole. Multiple membrane associated tryptophan residues contribute to the transport activity and substrate specificity of the human multidrug resistance protein, MRP1. J. Biol. Chem. 277: 49495-49503 (2002).

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