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Adhesion Class GPCRs (version 2019.4) in the IUPHAR/BPS Guide to Pharmacology Database

Demet Arac-Ozkan1, Gabriela Aust2, Tom I. Bonner3, Heike Cappallo-Obermann4, Caroline Formstone5, Jörg Hamann6, Breanne Harty7, Henrike Heyne2, Christiane Kirchhoff4, Barbara Knapp8, Arunkumar Krishnan9, Tobias Langenhan2, Diana Le Duc2, Hsi-Hsien Lin10, David C. Martinelli11, Kelly Monk7, Xianhua Piao12, Simone Prömel2, Torsten Schöneberg2, Helgi Schiöth13, Kathleen Singer12, Martin Stacey14, Yuri Ushkaryov15, Uwe Wolfrum8 and Lei Xu16
  1. University of Chicago, USA
  2. University of Leipzig, Germany
  3. National Institute of Mental Health, USA
  4. University of Hamburg, Germany
  5. King's College London, UK
  6. University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  7. Washington University, USA
  8. Johannes-Gutenberg Universitaet Mainz, Germany
  9. Uppsala Universitet, Sweden
  10. Chang Gung University, Taiwan
  11. Stanford University, USA
  12. Boston Children's Hospital, USA
  13. Uppsala University, Sweden
  14. University of Leeds, UK
  15. University of Kent, UK
  16. University of Rochester, USA


Adhesion GPCRs are structurally identified on the basis of a large extracellular region, similar to the Class B GPCR, but which is linked to the 7TM region by a GPCR autoproteolysis-inducing (GAIN) domain [8] containing a GPCR proteolytic site. The N-terminus often shares structural homology with adhesive domains (e.g. cadherins, immunolobulin, lectins) facilitating inter- and matricellular interactions and leading to the term adhesion GPCR [82, 332]. Several receptors have been suggested to function as mechanosensors [254, 234, 315, 32]. The nomenclature of these receptors was revised in 2015 as recommended by NC-IUPHAR and the Adhesion GPCR Consortium [100].


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