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The Martin Rodbell Papers

Title:
The Role of Hormone Receptors and GTP-Regulatory Proteins in Membrane Transduction pdf (1,059,782 Bytes) ocr (40,250 Bytes)
The Role of Hormone Receptors and GTP-Regulatory Proteins in Membrane Transduction
Description:
In this article, Rodbell outlined his ten years of research on G-proteins and argued that they represented the "second messengers" postulated by Sutherland in the 1950s and constituted the essential components of the hormone signaling process.
Number of Image Pages:
6 (1,059,782 Bytes)
Date:
1980-03-06 (March 6, 1980)
Creator:
Rodbell, Martin
Source:
Periodical: Rodbell, Martin. "The Role of Hormone Receptors and GTP-Regulatory Proteins in Membrane Transduction." Nature 284, 5751 (6 March 1980): 17-33. Article. 6 Images.
Publisher:
MacMillan Magazines
Rights:
Reproduced with permission of Nature, copyright 1980 Macmillan Magazines Ltd.
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Subject:
Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Adenylyl Cyclases
Cell Communication
GTP-Binding Proteins
Receptors, Cell Surface
Signal Transduction
Exhibit Category:
Signal Transduction and the Discovery of G-Proteins, 1969-1980
Box Number: 20
Folder Number: 4
Unique Identifier:
GGAABU
Document Type:
Articles
Language:
English
Format:
application/pdf
image/tif
Series: Laboratory Work and Research Publications, 1965-1997
SubSeries: Reprints
Folder: "The role of GTP in coupling of hormone receptors and adenylate cyclase" (1979) TO "The role of nucleotide regulatory components in the coupling of hormone receptors and adenylate cyclase" (1978)
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2009-02-09
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