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The Martin Rodbell Papers

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Programmable Messengers: A New Theory of Hormone Action pdf (607,882 Bytes) ocr (20,469 Bytes)
Programmable Messengers: A New Theory of Hormone Action
Description:
In this article, Rodbell provided an explication of the multiple actions of a hormone on a target cell. Through their actions, Rodbell noted, any alpha-subunits of GTP-regulatory proteins released can be called "programmable messengers."
Number of Image Pages:
4 (607,882 Bytes)
Date:
1985-11 (November 1985)
Creator:
Rodbell, Martin
Source:
Periodical: Rodbell, Martin. "Programmable Messengers: A New Theory of Hormone Action." Trends in Biochemical Sciences 10, 11 (November 1985): 461-464. Article. 4 Images.
Publisher:
Elsevier Trends Journals
Rights:
Reprinted from Trends in Biochemical Sciences, vol. 10, Rodbell, "Programmable Messengers: A New Theory of Hormone Action," 461-464, 1985, with permission from Elsevier Science.
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Subject:
Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
GTP-Binding Proteins
Hormones
Receptors, Cell Surface
Signal Transduction
Exhibit Category:
Cells as "Programmable Messengers," 1981-1994
Box Number: 19
Folder Number: 21
Unique Identifier:
GGAABV
Document Type:
Articles
Language:
English
Format:
application/pdf
image/tif
Series: Laboratory Work and Research Publications, 1965-1997
SubSeries: Reprints
Folder: "A persistent active state of the adenylate cyclase system produced by the combined actions of isoproterenol and guanylyl imidodiphosphate in frog erythrocyte membranes (1975)" TO "Programmable messengers: a new theory of hormone action" (1985)
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2009-03-19
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