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  1. Toad Lilies

  2. Elephant Frog

  3. Cell- cell interaction

  4. Structures in the B7/CD28 family. Structures are modeled on the crystal determinations. Loops have been added to one end of the IgV domains to emphasize the orientation of the CDR-like loops and their interaction with ligand or lack thereof.

  5. EPSPs: excitatory post-synaptic potentials

  6. IPSPs: inhibitory post-synaptic potentials

  7. What kinds of hormone are there? chemcases.com/olestra/ images/insulin.jpg chem.pdx.edu/~wamserc/ ChemWorkshops/ gifs/W25_1.gif website.lineone.net/~dave.cushman/ epinephrine.gif • Known Hormonal Classes • Proteins & peptides • Lipids (steroids, eicosanoids) • Amino acid derived (thyronines, neurotransmitters) • Gases (NO, CO)

  8. What is a hormone receptor? Hormone Receptors are cellular proteins that bind with high affinity to hormones & are altered in shape & function by binding; they exist in limited numbers. Binding to hormone is noncovalent & reversible. Hormone binding will alter binding to other cellular proteins & may activate any receptor protein enzyme actions.

  9. What are the main types of receptors? Membrane Receptors Imbedded in target cell membrane; integral proteins/ glycoproteins; penetrate through membrane For protein & charged hormones (peptides or neurotransmitters) 3 major groups: Serpentine = 7 transmembrane domains, Growth factor/cytokine = 1 transmembrane domain, Ion channels

  10. What are the main types of receptors? Nuclear Receptors Nuclear proteins that usually act in pairs & bind to specific Hormone Recognition Elements (HREs) = sequences on the DNA in the promoter regions of target genes For small, hydrophobic molecules (steroids, thyroid hormones)