Chapter11 - What are two common second messengers What are the characteristics of second messengers How is cAMP formed What is the enzyme

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Chapter 7 Chapter 11 Overview: Describe the difference between local and long distance signaling. What are the three stages of cell signaling? Describe the three types of receptors found in the plasma membrane Describe the receptors found in the cytosol and nucleus. What protein acts as an on/off switch? What is the main job of receptor tyrosine kinases? What is the job of a Ligand? What types of chemical messengers activate intracellular receptors? What type of macromolecule mainly relays a signal from receptor to response? What is the purpose of phosphorylation and dephosphorylation? What do kinases and phosphatases do? What happens to a protein during signal transduction?
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Unformatted text preview: What are two common second messengers? What are the characteristics of second messengers? How is cAMP formed? What is the enzyme responsible for the reaction? What does cAMP usually act on/activate? Why is Ca 2+ an important second messenger? Where is Ca 2+ usually found? What are 2 second messengers associated with Ca 2+ ? What are nuclear and cytoplasmic responses? What are two important benefits of multistep pathways? What is apoptosis and how is it triggered? What is the main enzyme involved? What does apoptosis prevent? What are scaffolding proteins and what are their purpose? How are signals terminated?...
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