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|Purification of human RBC insulin receptor by high performance insulin affinity column.|
|Myung Hi Yoo, Guk Bae Kim, Hi Bahl Lee|
|Endocrinol Metab. 1991;6(4):308-313. Published online January 1, 2001|
Evidence that insulin receptor from human placenta has a high affinity for only one molecule of insulin.
High affinity insulin binding in the human placenta insulin receptor requires αβ heterodimeric subunit interactions
Basal autophosphorylation of insulin receptor occurs preferentially on the receptor conformation exhibiting high affinity for insulin and stabilizes this conformation
Mutation of the High Cysteine Region of the Human Insulin Receptor α-Subunit Increases Insulin Receptor Binding Affinity and Transmembrane Signaling
High affinity antibody from hen's eggs directed against the human insulin receptor and the human IGF-I receptor
High affinity insulin binding and insulin receptor-effector coupling: Modulation by Ca2+
Replacements of Leucine 87 in Human Insulin Receptor Alter Affinity for Insulin
Insulin resistance induced by high glucose and high insulin precedes insulin receptor substrate 1 protein depletion in human adipocytes
Insulin down-regulates insulin receptor number and up-regulates insulin receptor affinity in cells expressing a tyrosine kinase-defective insulin receptor.
Familial insulin-resistant diabetes secondary to an affinity defect of the insulin receptor