Enzyme-coupled Receptor

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Enzyme-coupled receptors are a major kind of cell membrane receptors characterized either by having an intrinsic enzymatic activity on their cytosolic domain or by being coupled with an enzyme. These receptors are very diverse but they can be classified in six main classes[1]:


References

  1. Alberts, et al. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 5th ed. Garland Science. 2008


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