G Proteins and Signal Transduction

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G Proteins and Signal Transduction

By: Neil M. Nathanson, T. Kendall Harden

Publication date: January 1990
SKU: 9780874700916
ISBN: 9780874700916

This book contains the abstracts and proceedings of the Society of General Physiologists 43rd symposium on the topic of G proteins and signal transduction.

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The GTP-binding regulatory proteins, or G proteins, are a family of signal transduction proteins that couple hormone and neurotransmitter receptors to effector proteins involved in the generation of intracellular and transmembrane signals. G proteins have been implicated in such diverse functions as regulation of cell growth, exocytosis, fertilization, and oncogenesis. Both the number and functions of G proteins have grown dramatically and the Society of General Physiologists dedicated their 43rd annual symposium to the topic of G proteins and signal transduction. This book contains the abstracts and proceedings of that symposium.

Pages: 223
Language: English
Publisher: The Rockefeller University Press
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Neil M. Nathanson

T. Kendall Harden