Answer to Question #197741 in Cell Biology for James

Question #197741

How does growth hormone switch the energy of most cells?


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2021-05-25T01:43:02-0400

The growth hormone (GH) switch the energy of most cells by binding two receptors on its target cells; these receptors have separate portion outside and inside of the cell connected by a helical stretch passing through the cell membrane. This interaction stimulate enzymatic reactions and signalling of the process of growth.


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