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What is the importance and the role of cell surface receptors?
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You must have some poverty ass homework if this is how you ask for help with it.
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You must have some poverty ass homework if this is how you ask for help with it.
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It's not homework...
OK, I'll help you then. Try the first line of the wikipedia page for "cell surface receptors."
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What is the importance and the role of cell surface receptors?
In terms of drugs, there are two main types of receptors: extracellular (cell-surface) receptors, and intracellular receptors. What we typically find is that more lipophilic drugs, e.g. steroids, bind to intracellular (perhaps nuclear) receptors, as they can cross cell (surface) membranes more easily. More hydrophilic drugs, e.g. peptides, bind to extracellular receptors as they cannot cross cell membranes as easily as lipophilic drugs.
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they recept ****. even i know that and I'm on a construction appreticeship. come on m8
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they recept ****. even i know that and I'm on a construction appreticeship. come on m8
Do you mean 'receive'?
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Do you mean 'receive'?
no i mean if it's a 'cell surface receptor' then it must recept things

here we go, off google: '' Cell surface receptors (membrane receptors, transmembrane receptors) are receptors at the surface of a cell (built into its cell membrane) that act in cell signaling by receiving (binding to) extracellular molecule''

so yeah they do recieve stuff or recept stuff.

so basically whattever that things is mate, it's like a letter box yeah and it takes stuff in
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no i mean if it's a 'cell surface receptor' then it must recept things

here we go, off google: '' Cell surface receptors (membrane receptors, transmembrane receptors) are receptors at the surface of a cell (built into its cell membrane) that act in cell signaling by receiving (binding to) extracellular molecule''

so yeah they do recieve stuff or recept stuff.

so basically whattever that things is mate, it's like a letter box yeah and it takes stuff in
OP, read this post. Then read it again, and realise that the person who wrote it is more intelligent than you.
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Their rolls are many and varied,
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OP, read this post. Then read it again, and realise that the person who wrote it is more intelligent than you.
are you being unkind? i cant tell with that mate
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OP, read this post. Then read it again, and realise that the person who wrote it is more intelligent than you.
FFS I forgot to include in my post that I didn't want comments from *******s.
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FFS I forgot to include in my post that I didn't want comments from *******s.
Have you found out what a cell surface receptor is yet?
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Have you found out what a cell surface receptor is yet?
Do you need me to explain it to you?
Why are you still commenting btw?
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Do you need me to explain it to you?
If you like. It can be like a test!
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If you like. It can be like a test!
LMAO man said why are you still commenting.
#savage
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If you like. It can be like a test!
Lol

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this is deffo your homework

didn't you make another thread earlier asking about phospholipids? :lol:
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this is deffo your homework

didn't you make another thread earlier asking about phospholipids? :lol:
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this is deffo your homework

didn't you make another thread earlier asking about phospholipids? :lol:
OP said he's self-teaching. You're an obnoxious **** for assuming.
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