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Biological signal transduction

Introduction: Biological signal transduction

Description of Biological signal transduction

Biological signal transduction: any process which helps to produce biological responses to events in the environment or internal milieu; e.g., transduction of light into nerve impulses by the retina, or transduction of hormone binding into cellular events by hormone receptors.
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