Handout #2 - Student Version

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OH: Th 10-11AM Café Roma Section: Th 9-9:50AM Center 217B idesai@ucsd.edu Handout #2 – Student Version DOWNREGULATION G s pathway: What are arrestins and by what mechanism do they inactivate GPCRs? INTRACELLULAR RECEPTORS Cytoplasmic: NH3- Transactivation Domation DNA BD Ligand BD - COOH - The hormone binds to the ligand BD, where HSP is also attached HSP dissociates HR complex translocates into nucleus o What is the purpose of HSP (discussed in classs)? Name two classes of intracellular receptors , their location, and a hormone that binds to each of these receptors: HORMONE REGULATION (general) The very general idea for hormone release can be described as such: Stimulus _____________________ __ releasing hormone __________________ other stimulating hormones other glands more hormones - In general, this is the mechanism you’ll encounter for almost any hormonal release via the anterior pituitary. Hormones released by the hypothalamus: TRH, CRH, GnRH, dopamine, GHRH,
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2012 for the course BICD 150 taught by Professor Fortes during the Winter '09 term at UCSD.

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