Cell signaling pathways

Most cells in a plant or animal are specialized to carry out one or more specific functions. Many biological processes require various cells to work together and to coordinate their activities. To make this possible, cells have to communicate with each other, which is accomplished by a process called cell signaling. Cell signaling makes it possible for cells to respond in an appropriate manner to a specific environmental stimulus.
  • Neurotransmitters
  • Tissue repair
  • Protein–protein interactions
  • Cell Signaling Technologies
  • Dynamics of cellular compartment intractions
  • Cell signaling in cancer
  • Emerging roles of Toxins and Anti-toxins in bacterial pathogenesis
  • Transport mechanisms

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