GPCRs: Researchers Disprove the Single Polypeptide Theory

For this article, Jim Kling interviewed Bryen A. Jordan, postdoctoral scientist in the lab of Edward Ziff at the New York University School of Medicine's department of biochemistry; Theresa Branchek, vice president of research at Synaptic Pharmaceutical Corp. (Paramus, NJ); and Christophe Gerald, vice president of target discovery and assessment at Synaptic Pharmaceutical. Data from the Web of Science (ISI, Philadelphia) show that Hot Papers are cited 50 to 100 times more often than the average

Jim Kling
Oct 28, 2001
For this article, Jim Kling interviewed Bryen A. Jordan, postdoctoral scientist in the lab of Edward Ziff at the New York University School of Medicine's department of biochemistry; Theresa Branchek, vice president of research at Synaptic Pharmaceutical Corp. (Paramus, NJ); and Christophe Gerald, vice president of target discovery and assessment at Synaptic Pharmaceutical. Data from the Web of Science (ISI, Philadelphia) show that Hot Papers are cited 50 to 100 times more often than the average paper of the same type and age.


K.A. Jones, B. Borowsky, J.A. Tamm, D.A. Craig, M.M. Durkin, M. Dai, W.J. Yao, M. Johnson, C. Gunwaldsen, L.Y. Huang, C. Tang, Q.R. Shen, J.A. Salon, K. Morse, T. Laz, K.E. Smith, D. Nagarathnam, S.A. Noble, T.A. Branchek, C. Gerald, "GABA(B) receptors function as a heteromeric assembly of the subunits GABA(B)R1 and GABA(B)R2," Nature, 6712: 674-9, Dec. 17, 1998. (Cited in 176 papers)...

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