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Prelim 2 Review Sheet

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Prelim #2 Review Sheet Exam Format 12 questions 100 points total Things to keep in mind: The prelim specifically covers lectures 8-13 and the ELISA lab. The prelim broadly covers the whole class- make sure you are familiar with basic concepts that were covered on the first prelim It would be a good idea to go over the notes that you took in class (i.e. the things that Dr. Fischbach has you fill in into the slides and the tables she makes on the board) Once again, you are not expected to know formulas Specific things to consider looking over: Lecture 8/9 – Signal Transduction (secondary messengers in GPCR signaling and RTK signaling) What are the basic steps in GPCR signaling? What molecules are second messengers in GPCR signaling? How is cAMP made from adenylyl cyclase? How do RTKs and GPCRs differ (both functionally and in terms of what they activate)? Know specific examples of RTKs and RTK signaling pathways What are the specific steps in RTK signaling?
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