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Fields of Research

  •  Pharmacology
  • G protein-coupled receptors
  • Cell biology
  • Biochemistry
  • Proteomics
  • Assay Development

Research Summary


Research Statement

The goal of our research is to understand the molecular mechanisms of drug action at G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs). We are currently focused on deciphering how GPCRs are organized as macromolecular protein complexes in cell membranes. We recently revealed the alpha1D-adrenergic receptor, a key regulator of cardiovascular, nervous system, and urinary function, associates with the multiple PDZ-domain containing proteins in human cells, and that these interactions are unique amongst human GPCRs containing Type I PDZ binding motifs.


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Chris Hague

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Why Pharmacology?

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Faculty

Building:
Health Sciences Building, D wing
Room:
D-430/431
Box:
357280
Phone:
206-221-4612
Web Link:
http://faculty.washington.edu/chague/

Lab

Building:
Health Sciences Building, D wing
Room:
D-430/431
Box:
357280
Phone:
206-221-4612
Web Link:
http://faculty.washington.edu/chague/

Chris Hague

Associate Professor
3 students

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Courses

UWSOP Pharmacology

UWSOM WWAMI Curriculum

UWSOD Pharmacology

UW Freshman Collegium Seminar

Chris Hague

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Students/Postdocs

Kyung Soon Lee, MD

Edelmar Navaluna, BS

 

Chris Hague

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1. Harris DA, Park JM, Soon-Lee K, Xu C, Stella N, Hague C (2017) Label-free dynamic mass redistribution reveals low density, pro-survival .1B –adrenergic receptors in human SW480 colon carcinoma cells. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 361(2): 219-228.

2. Kountz TS, Lee KS, Aggarwal-Howarth S, Curran E, Park JM, Harris DA, Stewart A, Hendrickson J, Camp ND, Wolf-Yadlin A, Wang EH, Scott JD, Hague C (2016) Endogenous N-terminal domain cleavage modulates .1D-adrenergic receptor pharmacodynamics. J Biol Chem 291: 18210-18221.

3. Camp ND, Lee KS, Cherry A, Wacker-Mhyre JL, Kountz TS, Park JM, Harris DA, Estrada M, Stewart A, Stella N, Wolf-Yadlin A, Hague C (2016) Dynamic mass redistribution reveals diverging importance of PDZ-ligands for G protein-coupled receptor pharmacodynamics. Pharmacol. Res. 105: 13-21. (doi:10.1016).

4. Camp ND, Lee KS, Wacker-Mhyre J, Kountz TS, Park JM, Harris DA, Estrada ME, Stewart A, Wolf-Yadlin A, Hague C (2015) Individual protomers of a G-protein coupled receptor dimer integrate distinct functional modules. Cell Disc (http://www.nature.com/articles/celldisc201511 )

5. Lyssand JS, Lee KS, DeFino M, Adams ME, Hague C. (2011) Syntrophin isoforms play specific functional roles in the 1D-AR/DAPC signalosome. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 412(4): 596-601.

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Chris Hague

Associate Professor
3 students

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