The Fat Cell Adenylate Cyclase System: Characterization and Manipulation of Its Biomodal Regulation by GTP
The second of two articles in which Rodbell indicated that in addition to transducing hormone signals across the membrane,
the G-protein could also inhibit signaling at the discriminator point. He provided evidence that G-proteins at the cellular
receptors were sophisticated enough to both inhibit and activate signal transduction.
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1979-09-25 (September 25, 1979)
Cooper, Dermot M. F.
Lin, Michael C.
Periodical: Cooper, Dermot M. F., Werner Schlegel, Michael C. Lin, and Martin Rodbell. "The Fat Cell Adenylate Cyclase System: Characterization
and Manipulation of Its Biomodal Regulation by GTP." Journal of Biological Chemistry 254, 18 (25 September 1979): 8927-8931.
Article. 5 Images.
American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Reproduced with permission of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Signal Transduction and the Discovery of G-Proteins, 1969-1980
Letter from Joshua Lederberg to Michael Doudoroff (April 4, 1949) (in The Joshua Lederberg Papers)