Lecture 13 - 10/17/11 Second Messengers and Effectors 1...

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10/17/11 1 Second Messengers and Effectors
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10/17/11 2 Signaling through Phospholipase C and Phosphatidylinositol
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10/17/11 3 phosphatidylcholine phosphatidylethanolamine phosphatidylserine phosphatidylinositol
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10/17/11 4 breakdown
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10/17/11 5 Bitter Taste Transduction Sweet Taste Transduction
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10/17/11 6 How do second messengers mediate regulation of physiological processes? G-proteins Cyclic nucleotides DAG IP3 --> Ca++
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10/17/11 9 Edwin Krebs
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