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Abstract

Abstract

Receptor tyrosine kinases (RTKs) are a unique family of cell surface receptors, each containing a common intracellular domain that has tyrosine kinase activity. However, RTKs share many signaling molecules with another unique family of cell surface receptors, the seven-transmembrane receptors (7TMRs), and these receptor families can activate similar signaling cascades. In this review of RTK signaling, we describe the role of cross talk between RTKs and 7TMRs, focusing specifically on the role played in this process by β-arrestins and by G proteins.

Keyword(s): G proteinsIGF-1insulin
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2007-03-17
2024-06-17
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