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Receptor coupling

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Receptor coupling: process by which ligand-receptor complex, usually extracellular, effects intracellular events; e.g., via enzyme activity of intracellular domain of receptor protein, or via G protein interactions with other membrane proteins such as ion channels or adenylate cyclase.
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