Research Area

Signaling
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Signaling 

Various signals enter the cell through the cell membrane, and gradually cause changes in cellular material, mainly proteins, which is called signaling, which is a multi-enzyme cascade reaction process. The signaling pathways form a highly ordered regulatory network in vivo through the interaction of intercellular signaling proteins. Signal transduction involves the production, secretion and transmission of signals, i.e., the release of signaling molecules from synthesized cells and their subsequent delivery. Signal transduction is involved in many processes such as cell growth, proliferation, healing, differentiation, metabolism, and communication. The maintenance of normal mammalian activity requires multiple signal transduction pathways to maintain the integrity and coordination of the body's cellular responses to signaling stimuli.

 

 

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