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Which molecule is most likely to serve as a signal molecule? (1.) ligand (2.) protein (3.) initiator (4.) key (5.) receptor?

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Which molecule is most likely to serve as a signal molecule? (1.) ligand (2.) protein (3.) initiator (4.) key (5.) receptor? Find answers now! No. 1 ...
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Positive: 87 %
Which molecule is most likely to serve as a signal molecule? (1.) ligand (2.) protein (3.) initiator (4.) key (5.) receptor?
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Positive: 84 %

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binding of ligand to receptor activates G protein⇒ act on effectors ... Need 2 ligands. Each ligand (EGF) molecule binds to one receptor ... (3,4,5) P3 ...
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Positive: 87 %
... as well as most other ligand members of the TNF superfamily, ... 2.1.4. OX40L. Another ligand–receptor pair of ... this ligand. 2.2.3. Signal ...
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Positive: 82 %
... G Protein Coupled Receptors by Cytoplasmic, Transmembrane and ... Receptors 1-5 and 7 Calcium Sensing Receptor GABA ... 1, 2, 3 and 4 predicted binding ...
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Positive: 68 %
Allosteric Modulation of G Protein Coupled Receptors by Cytoplasmic, Transmembrane ... 1, 3, 5 and 7 and the ... protein coupled receptor/G-protein signal ...
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Positive: 45 %

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