Chapter 11

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The activation of receptor tyrosine kinases is characterized by

A) dimerization and phosphorylation.

B) IP3binding.

C) a phosphorylation cascade.

D) GTP hydrolysis.

E) channel protein shape change.

Answer:

A) dimerization and phosphorylation.



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