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Receptor (biochemistry) protein molecule receiving signals for a cell For other uses, see Receptor (disambiguation). An example of membrane receptors. Ligands, located outside the cellLigands connect to specific receptor proteins based on the shape of the active site of the protein.The receptor releases a messenger once the ligand has connected to the receptor. In biochemistry… read more »

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Receptor (biochemistry) protein molecule receiving signals for a cell For other uses, see Receptor (disambiguation). An example of membrane receptors. Ligands, located outside the cellLigands connect to specific receptor proteins based on the shape of the active site of the protein.The receptor releases a messenger once the ligand has connected to the receptor. In biochemistry… read more »

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Receptor (biochemistry) protein molecule receiving signals for a cell For other uses, see Receptor (disambiguation). An example of membrane receptors. Ligands, located outside the cellLigands connect to specific receptor proteins based on the shape of the active site of the protein.The receptor releases a messenger once the ligand has connected to the receptor. In biochemistry… read more »

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