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Vadim Arshavsky
Vadim Arshavsky
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G proteins and phototransduction
VY Arshavsky, TD Lamb, EN Pugh Jr
Annual review of physiology 64 (1), 153-187, 2002
8382002
Massive light-driven translocation of transducin between the two major compartments of rod cells: a novel mechanism of light adaptation
M Sokolov, AL Lyubarsky, KJ Strissel, AB Savchenko, VI Govardovskii, ...
Neuron 34 (1), 95-106, 2002
4002002
Two types of mechanosensitive channels in the Escherichia coli cell envelope: solubilization and functional reconstitution
SI Sukharev, B Martinac, VY Arshavsky, C Kung
Biophysical journal 65 (1), 177-183, 1993
3841993
Regulation of deactivation of photoreceptor G protein by its target enzyme and cGMP
VY Arshavsky, MD Bownds
Nature 357 (6377), 416-417, 1992
3781992
Beyond counting photons: trials and trends in vertebrate visual transduction
ME Burns, VY Arshavsky
Neuron 48 (3), 387-401, 2005
3292005
RGS expression rate-limits recovery of rod photoresponses
CM Krispel, D Chen, N Melling, YJ Chen, KA Martemyanov, N Quillinan, ...
Neuron 51 (4), 409-416, 2006
3022006
The gain of rod phototransduction: reconciliation of biochemical and electrophysiological measurements
IB Leskov, VA Klenchin, JW Handy, GG Whitlock, VI Govardovskii, ...
Neuron 27 (3), 525-537, 2000
2892000
The GTPase activating factor for transducin in rod photoreceptors is the complex between RGS9 and type 5 G protein β subunit
ER Makino, JW Handy, T Li, VY Arshavsky
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (5), 1947-1952, 1999
2861999
Microglial function is distinct in different anatomical locations during retinal homeostasis and degeneration
EG O’Koren, C Yu, M Klingeborn, AYW Wong, CL Prigge, R Mathew, ...
Immunity 50 (3), 723-737. e7, 2019
2722019
Light-driven translocation of signaling proteins in vertebrate photoreceptors
PD Calvert, KJ Strissel, WE Schiesser, EN Pugh, VY Arshavsky
Trends in cell biology 16 (11), 560-568, 2006
2492006
RPGR isoforms in photoreceptor connecting cilia and the transitional zone of motile cilia
DH Hong, B Pawlyk, M Sokolov, KJ Strissel, J Yang, B Tulloch, AF Wright, ...
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 44 (6), 2413-2421, 2003
2482003
Photoreceptor signaling: supporting vision across a wide range of light intensities
VY Arshavsky, ME Burns
Journal of Biological Chemistry 287 (3), 1620-1626, 2012
2342012
Role for the target enzyme in deactivation of photoreceptor G protein in vivo
SH Tsang, ME Burns, PD Calvert, P Gouras, DA Baylor, SP Goff, ...
Science 282 (5386), 117-121, 1998
2301998
Protein sorting, targeting and trafficking in photoreceptor cells
JN Pearring, RY Salinas, SA Baker, VY Arshavsky
Progress in retinal and eye research 36, 24-51, 2013
1952013
Defects in RGS9 or its anchor protein R9AP in patients with slow photoreceptor deactivation
KM Nishiguchi, MA Sandberg, AC Kooijman, KA Martemyanov, JWR Pott, ...
Nature 427 (6969), 75-78, 2004
1942004
Arrestin translocation is induced at a critical threshold of visual signaling and is superstoichiometric to bleached rhodopsin
KJ Strissel, M Sokolov, LH Trieu, VY Arshavsky
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (4), 1146-1153, 2006
1662006
R7BP, a novel neuronal protein interacting with RGS proteins of the R7 family
KA Martemyanov, PJ Yoo, NP Skiba, VY Arshavsky
Journal of Biological Chemistry 280 (7), 5133-5136, 2005
1612005
Automatic segmentation of up to ten layer boundaries in SD-OCT images of the mouse retina with and without missing layers due to pathology
PP Srinivasan, SJ Heflin, JA Izatt, VY Arshavsky, S Farsiu
Biomedical optics express 5 (2), 348-365, 2014
1482014
The DEP domain determines subcellular targeting of the GTPase activating protein RGS9 in vivo
KA Martemyanov, PV Lishko, N Calero, G Keresztes, M Sokolov, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 23 (32), 10175-10181, 2003
1472003
Phosducin facilitates light-driven transducin translocation in rod photoreceptors: evidence from the phosducin knockout mouse
M Sokolov, KJ Strissel, IB Leskov, NA Michaud, VI Govardovskii, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (18), 19149-19156, 2004
1382004
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