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Cell Signaling: Signal Reception

by Thad Wilson, PhD
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    The lecture Cell Signaling: Signal Reception by Thad Wilson, PhD is from the course Membrane Physiology.


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    1. Gap junction
    2. Paracrine
    3. Hormone
    4. Endocrine
    5. Neural
    1. cAMP
    2. IP3
    3. ATP
    4. GTP
    1. On DNA
    2. On the nuclear membrane
    3. On the cytosolic membrane
    4. In the cytosol
    5. In the smooth endothelial reticulum
    1. A molecule that binds to a specific receptor
    2. A receptor
    3. An ion
    4. An intracellular signal
    5. An electrical signal
    1. A receptor that undergoes an enzymatic reaction when the ligand binds
    2. A receptor that breaks off an intracellular piece
    3. A receptor that changes configuration upon binding with a molecule
    4. A receptor that allows passage of current
    5. A receptor that utilizes a cascade process via a secondary messenger
    1. A receptor that utilizes a cascade process via a secondary messenger
    2. A receptor that undergoes an enzymatic reaction when the ligand binds
    3. A receptor that changes configuration upon binding with a molecule
    4. A receptor that allows passage of current
    5. A receptor that is phosphorylated upon connection with the ligand
    1. The ligand binding to the receptor opens a channel for that specific ion to move through
    2. The ligand binding to the receptor starts a cascade of intracellular events
    3. The ligand binding to the receptors allows for a piece of the receptor to break off
    4. The ligand binding to the receptor allows for transmission of an electrical impulse
    5. A receptor that is phosphorylated upon connection with the ligand
    1. A receptor that allows for direct transmission of voltage from cell to cell
    2. A receptor that opens a channel for a specific ion to move through
    3. A receptor that works when cell membranes are NOT in contact
    4. A receptor that breaks off a piece upon connection with the ligand
    5. A receptor that works in the nucleus of the cell

    Author of lecture Cell Signaling: Signal Reception

     Thad Wilson, PhD

    Thad Wilson, PhD


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