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2005


  1. Lopez-Rodriguez, ML. Morcillo, MJ. Fernandez, E. Benhamu, B. Tejada, I. Ayala, D. Viso, A. Campillo, M. Pardo, L. Delgado, M. Manzanares, J. Fuentes, JA.
    “Synthesis and Structure-Activity Relationships of a New Model of Arylpiperazines. 8.(1) Computational Simulation of Ligand-Receptor Interaction of 5-HT(1A)R Agonists with Selectivity over alpha(1)-Adrenoceptors.”
    J Med Chem 48(0) 2548–2558
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  2. Urizar, E. Claeysen, S. Deupi, X. Govaerts, C. Costagliola, S. Vassart, G. Pardo, L.
    “An Activation Switch in the Rhodopsin Family of G Protein-coupled Receptors: THE THYROTROPIN RECEPTOR.”
    J Biol Chem 280(17) 17135–41
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  3. Lopez-Rodriguez, ML. Benhamu, B. de, la, Fuente, T. Sanz, A. Pardo, L. Campillo, M.
    “A Three-Dimensional Pharmacophore Model for 5-Hydroxytryptamine(6) (5-HT(6)) Receptor Antagonists.”
    J Med Chem 48(13) 4216–4219
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  4. Codina-Pascual, M. Oliver-Bonet, M. Navarro, J. Campillo, M. Garcia, F. Egozcue, S. Abad, C. Egozcue, J. Benet, J.
    “Synapsis and meiotic recombination analyses: MLH1 focus in the XY pair as an indicator.”
    Hum Reprod 20(8) 2133–9
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  5. Cortes-Selva, F. Jimenez, IA. Munoz-Martinez, F. Campillo, M. Bazzocchi, IL. Pardo, L. Ravelo, AG. Castanys, S. Gamarro, F.
    “Dihydro-beta-Agarofuran Sesquiterpenes: A New Class of Reversal Agents of the Multidrug Resistance Phenotype Mediated by P-Glycoprotein in the Protozoan Parasite Leishmania.”
    Curr Pharm Des 11(24) 3125–39
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  6. Jongejan, A. Bruysters, M. Ballesteros, J.A. Haaksma, E. Bakker, R.A. Pardo, L. Leurs, R.
    “Linking agonist binding to histamine H1 receptor activation.”
    Nature Chem Biol 1(2) 98–103
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  7. Xu, W. Campillo, M. Pardo, L. Kim, de, Riel, J. Liu-Chen, LY.
    “The Seventh Transmembrane Domains of the delta and kappa Opioid Receptors Have Different Accessibility Patterns and Interhelical Interactions.”
    Biochemistry 44(49) 16014–16025
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