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What is receptor internalisation?

  Answer   Receptor internalization is the process by which cell surface expressed receptors are monoubiquitinated following ligand-induced activation, and subsequent (MORE)

What is a oppress of toll?

If from Emily Dickinson's poem, "There is No Frigate Like a Book," the phrase 'oppress of toll' refers to a financial burden of some kind, the oppression of a financial toll. (MORE)

What is the receptor protein?

   In biochemistry and  pharmacology, a receptor is a protein molecule  usually found embedded within the plasma membrane surface of a cell  that receives chemical si (MORE)

How do you spell tolled?

That is the correct spelling of the form "tolled" (as a bell ringing). However, the homophone (sound alike word) is "told" (past tense of to tell).
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What is pseudo receptor?

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 (MORE)
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What is receptor desensitisation?

Receptors generate a cellular response upon binding their specific ligand. This response can vary in magnitude. Desensitisation is a phenomenon in which activation of a recept (MORE)

What are sensory receptors?

A sensory receptor is a sensory nerve ending that responds to a  stimulus in the internal or external environment of an organism.  The sensory receptor initiates sensory tra (MORE)

The receptors for pain are?

Pain receptors are the types of nerve cell primarily responsible  for taking and sending stimulation signals from different nerve  endings to the brain, that will usually in (MORE)