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BIO 111 G Protein Receptor Walk-through

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BIO 111 G Protein Receptor Walk-through BIO 111

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G-protein receptor walk through, broken down from the notes from the textbook and the web
Principles of Biology (BIO 111, Dr. Metzler)
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Date Created: 10/11/16
G Protein-coupled Receptor 1. G protein coupled receptor is empty a. G protein is inactive with GDP attached b. Enzyme is waiting for binding 2. Signaling molecule binds to G protein receptor a. G protein binds to receptor, changing GDP to GTP 3. The protein binds to the enzyme (adenylyl cyclase), activating it a. Cellular response from the enzyme 4. G protein goes back to normal with GDP attached again


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