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Structure-Function Relations for Cell Surface Receptors and Adenylate Cyclase: Studies Using Target Size Analysis of Radiation Inactivation

  • Werner Schlegel
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 72)

Abstract

Understanding the functioning of a cell surface receptor is possible only with knowledge about its structure. A priori receptors are likely to be complex since many functions have to be accomodated. A receptor recognizes a particular substance or class of substances with great precision in a sea of similar substances, binds it, generates a signal by triggering contacting enzyme systems or by regulation of ion channels, terminates the signal, and is subjected to various modulations by “nonspecific” ligands like GTP, ions, and phospholipids, or by the specific ligands, i. e. in the instance of desensitization. In a first approach to structural analysis the question is asked what structure is responsible for a particular partial function of the receptor. Several methods have been applied to the study of structurefunction relationships of cell surface receptors:

Keywords

Insulin Receptor Adenylate Cyclase Cell Surface Receptor Primary Ionization Target Size 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Werner Schlegel
    • 1
  1. 1.Fondation pour recherches medicales Dept. of MedicineUniversity of GenevaGeneva 4Switzerland

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