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Zelluläre Signale und Signalübertragung: Kommunikation zwischen Zellen

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15.9 Weiterführende Literatur

Allgemeine Signalübertragung und G-Protein-gekoppelte Reaktionen

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Aus Sicht des Menschen

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RTK-vermittelte Reaktionen

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Lipid-Botenstoffe und durch Calcium vermittelte Reaktionen

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Signalübertragung bei Pflanzen

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Apoptose

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Vermischtes

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