2010 Bio 317 Lecture 12

2010 Bio 317 Lecture 12 - Rush 10/15/10 11 1. How does a...

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10/15/10 2 Signal Transduction Mechanisms Underlying Intercellular Communication Chemical messengers How are signals generated? How are signals perceived by recipient? How does the signal generate the response? Signal Transduction
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10/15/10 3 Neurotransmitters
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10/15/10 4 Dopamine and Parkinson’s Disease Hormones
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10/15/10 5 Hormones - can they help?
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10/15/10 6 Growth Factors
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10/15/10 7 Mighty Cow Cytokines
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10/15/10 8 Olfaction Gustation Vision acetylcholine
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10/15/10 9 Regulation of chemical messengers involves synthesis, packaging, secretion, degradation Regulation is part of the response to stimuli
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10/15/10 10 Adrenaline
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Unformatted text preview: Rush 10/15/10 11 1. How does a chemical messenger mediate a response in a particular cell type? 2. How does a chemical messenger mediate a pleiotropic response? 3. How can a single chemical messenger mediate different responses in different targets? 10/15/10 12 How is the chemical signal perceived? Receptors and Pharmacology 10/15/10 13 1. Fast Signaling 2. Binding correlates well with response Direct Receptor Indirect Receptor 1. Slow Signaling 2. Binding does not correlate well with response 10/15/10 14 10/15/10 15 Integration of signals...
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2011 for the course BIO 317 taught by Professor Simonhalegoua during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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2010 Bio 317 Lecture 12 - Rush 10/15/10 11 1. How does a...

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