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The textbook put school provided has nothing on cell signalling ... we’ve been told to do our own notes and I need help because I can’t do any questions - can someone summarise it please?
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Glycoproteins:
They contain receptors with specific shapes thanks to the carbohydrate chain - this allows specific chemicals to bind to it and cause the cell to respond/change.

They also bind with other glycolipids from other cells in a process called cell adhesion to help form tissues.

Glycolipids:
- They act as antigens for cell recognition by the immune system to help identify if the cell is self or not.

Thats pretty much it for AS biology.
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(Original post by shohaib712)
Glycoproteins:
They contain receptors with specific shapes thanks to the carbohydrate chain - this allows specific chemicals to bind to it and cause the cell to respond/change.

They also bind with other glycolipids from other cells in a process called cell adhesion to help form tissues.

Glycolipids:
- They act as antigens for cell recognition by the immune system to help identify if the cell is self or not.

Thats pretty much it for AS biology.
Thank you
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