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Lecture7-7 - Nitric oxide (NO) Cell surface receptors Ion...

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Cell communication - will come up often in development half of course How we know that cells must signal to each other Direct manipulations of cells Ablation of cells Genetic evidence for signaling General principles of how cells signal to each other Signals can act over short or long range How many signals a cell can respond to How receptors relay signals to affect cell behavior: signal transduction Signals that enter cells Steroid hormones
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Unformatted text preview: Nitric oxide (NO) Cell surface receptors Ion channel-linked receptors Molecular switches How G-protein-linked receptors work Activation of G protein subunits Regulation of ion channels Activation of membrane bound enzymes The cyclic-AMP pathway Phospholipase C Calcium as a signal Enzyme-linked receptors Receptor tyrosine kinases The GTP-binding protein Ras cell signaling and cancer Protein kinase networks...
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course BIO 205 taught by Professor Reed during the Spring '11 term at UNC.

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