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Biology, 30.11.2019 05:00 jordantotten96

You recently identified a molecule that you believe is a primary messenger for a signal transduction mechanism. all you know about this ligand is that it is hydrophilic. where would you expect to find initial interaction of the molecule with its receptor?
-in endosome vesicles-on the outer surface of the plasma membrane-within the cytoplasm of the cell-on the cytoplasmic side of the plasma membrane-within the nucleus of the cell

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