Protein Hormones Binding to Blood and Sperm Cells
The distinction between specific and non-specific binding remains still a stimulating point for discussions in the field of hormonal inforamtion transfer. The character of the cascade answer following in the binding between a regulatory substance with the receptor-biopolimer or artifact is usually accepted as a destinguishing criterion. When we are dealing with a binding known as a specific information transfer, e.g. hormones-target receptors the search for more discrete stages of this binding is quite possible.
KeywordsSperm Cell Hormonal Binding Mature Sperm Protein Hormone Binding Test
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