Thomas R. Anderson
babco at ix.netcom.com
Wed Jan 22 01:18:30 EST 1997
In <5c291l$571 at infoserv.rug.ac.be> rvdurme at eduserv1.rug.ac.be (Ruben
Van Durme) writes:
>How do hormones, that bind to an intracellular receptor,
>know which cells they have to enter ?
Ruben--Hormones don't know which cells they have to enter. They
diffuse into and out of all cells they have access to--the target cells
and the "wrong" cells too. But they are only retained in and have
actions in the cells with the intracellular receptors.
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