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L312/Spring 2007 Lecture 9 Drummond Feb 6 Exam 1 is THURSDAY in class. Use the study guide as your exam guide! Review session last night at 7, today at 4:00 in JH 440. Office hour tomorrow (Wednesday) at 3-4 (otherwise pretty busy). For today: Focus on Chapter 16, Ch. 16 557-567: Receptor tyrosine kinases See also p. 541-2 (steroid hormones) Please look over intro to chapter (534-538) be able to distinguish endocrine from paracrine signaling be able to distinguish neuronal from contact-dependent signaling Last time: Anatomy of G-protein receptor signaling revisit complex--what is the general structure of the receptors? which proteins are membrane anchored? what are the targets of the activated G protein subunits? (review with movie here) what are the key second messengers? Broader points: why set up a cascade? where and how can a cascade be modulated?
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What happens when a signal molecule binds outside the cell (v 1.0) Membrane! Focus on these three classes of outcomes--(what happens inside cell)
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What are the key subunits of a G-protein?
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