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Lecture 8
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G-protein-Linked Receptor Ligand binding site G-protein binding site
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Three Types of Pathways Associated with G-protein-linked Receptors - inositol triphosphates, diacyglygerol and Ca++ as second messengers -cyclic AMP or cyclic GMP as second messengers - ion channel gating
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Three Types of Pathways Associated with G-protein-linked Receptors - inositol triphosphates, diacyglygerol and Ca++ as second messengers -cyclic AMP or cyclic GMP as second messengers - ion channel gating
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Functions of Adrenaline in Preparing Mammals for Emergencies Cardiovascular system : it increases heart rate, heart output, blood pressure Blood glucose : it stimulates breakdown of liver glycogen to glucose, which is released into the blood Muscle : Promotes anaerobic breakdown of glycogen in skeletal muscle
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to Breakdown Stored Glycogen? Experiment 1. Add adrenaline to intact isolated liver cells and assay enzymes that are involved in converting glycogen to glucose. Results
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