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A pesudoreceptor is a molecular binding pocket, and is one of the key structures in improving drug screening. This is made possible by a combination of ligand matching and receptor mapping which allows an entrance for the modeling that drug-screening projects require.
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A receptor is located on a cell membrane. Any neuronic transmission, hormone, etc. that cannot get inside of the cell's membrane will sit on the receptor in order to pass its …message along to the cell. When the molecule sits on the receptor, it causes a series of reactions to occur inside of the cell. From the series of reactions that occur inside of the cell, the message is passed along, and the cell will perform as indicated by the molecule on the cell receptor.
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Receptor fits in at least three different disciplines, including: "Sensory receptor, in physiology, any structure which, on receiving environmental stimuli, produces an infor…mative nerve impulse"Receptor (biochemistry), in biochemistry, a protein molecule that receives and responds to a neurotransmitter, or other substance"Immune receptor, a special case of biochemical receptor that occurs on the surface of immunocytes and binds to antigens." Follow the link, below, to the Wikipedia Receptor disambiguation page.
A pseudoruminant is the classification of an animal based on its digestive tract. These types of animals are still considered foregut-fermentors, but only have three chambers …in their stomach, not four like true ruminants do. Pseudo means "false". So they are "false" ruminants. The chambers are basically the reticulum, omasum and abomasum. They do not have the characteristic rumen that identifies ruminants as ruminants. The animals that are often referred to as pseudoruminants are all camelids (camels, alpacas, llamas, etc.)
Receptors are proteins that respond to a certain stimulus, such as a nuclear receptor for DNA. When the hydrophobic ligand which is just another word for molecule enters the …cell its binds to the place where the inhibitory protein is being help. This induces a confermational change creating proteins. Nuclear receptors are in all flavors, from vitamin D to retinoic acid, to cortisol. These do not have to bind to cell surphace receptors which have a extra-transmembrane-intra cellular domain.
Possibly someone with mixed gender characteristics but would be recognized on the street as positively a Man or a woman. The other day I saw a young lady in a local supermarke…t- she looked feminine ( was a blonde apparently in her middle twenties)- but was flat on the bustline- as flat as an aircraft carrier deck. it is sad. Some do not even have nipples.
Pseudogout is a form of arthritis characterized by sudden, painful swelling in one or more of your joints. These episodes can last for days or weeks. Pseudogout typically occu…rs in older adults and most commonly affects your knee. Pseudogout is named for its similarity to gout. Like gout, pseudogout causes sudden, severe pain in a joint, triggered by crystals in the joint lining. But unlike gout, which usually affects your big toe joint, pseudogout usually affects the large joints of your extremities. And pseudogout is caused by a different type of crystal. It isn't clear why crystals form in your joints and cause pseudogout. Although you can't get rid of the crystals, there are treatments to help you relieve the pain and reduce the inflammation of pseudogout.
Psuedo Fruits; Psuedo Fruit; Psuedo Fruity = Everything is not as it seems.
The pseudo host is an alias for the machine on which the adaptor is running. This terminology is used when discussing computer technology.
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A pseudo fit is essentially a seizure that is brought on by intense stress, and does not directly correlate with epilepsy.
A false gospel. Pseudo means false or counterfeit.
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A pseudo alum is a double sulfate of the typical formula ASO4·B2(SO4)3·22H2O, where A is a divalent metal ion, such as cobalt (wupatkiite), manganese (apjohnite), magn…esium (pickingerite) or iron (halotrichite or feather alum), and B is a trivalent metal ion. i.e. class of alums in which the usual monovalent metal of a true alum is replaced by a bivalent metal