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Communication and Signaling – Protein Movement and Cell Signaling

by Kevin Ahern, PhD
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    The lecture Communication and Signaling – Protein Movement and Cell Signaling by Kevin Ahern, PhD is from the course Biochemistry: Basics.


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    1. It involves hormones
    2. Signaling molecules enter cells through protein receptors
    3. The term 7TM refers to a second messenger
    4. The entire process occurs in the lipid bilayer
    1. Testosterone
    2. Oxytocin
    3. Glucagon
    4. Calcitonin
    5. Insulin
    1. Fibrous proteins
    2. Peptide hormones
    3. Cell membrane receptors
    4. Kinase enzymes
    5. Transcription factors
    1. Integral membrane proteins with seven membrane-spanning helices and they participate in signal transduction
    2. Peripheral membrane proteins present on the outside of the cell membrane and transduce the signal to the interior of the cell
    3. Peripheral membrane proteins present on the inside of the cell membrane and transduce the signal to the exterior of the cell
    4. Highly hydrophilic membrane proteins present on the outside of the cell membrane and provide the structural strength to the cell membrane
    5. Highly hydrophobic membrane proteins present in the cell membrane and provide the shape to cell structures

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     Kevin Ahern, PhD

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    Your explanation is making sense and connect biochemistry with real life!
    By mei huah c. on 16. May 2018 for Communication and Signaling – Protein Movement and Cell Signaling

    I like the way you link things from one to another. Yuu made these lectures highly appreciated with the concise and comprehensive explanation! Thanks Prof!