Martin Offterdinger a8803349 at unet.univie.ac.at
Wed Jan 22 02:28:23 EST 1997

On 21 Jan 1997 11:24:37 GMT, rvdurme at eduserv1.rug.ac.be (Ruben Van
Durme) wrote:

>How do hormones, that bind to an intracellular receptor,
>know which cells they have to enter ?

I think that they do not know it at all-they enter all cells they
reach and will activate any specific internal receptors
inside-hormones that bind to internal receptors are either
internalised by transport proteins or are hydrophobic and can
therefore pass the cytoplasmic membrane

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