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EB 2011 Refresher Course - Cell Physiology: Intracellular Signaling

Although there is general agreement that intracellular signaling should be part of the medical curriculum, there is less of a consensus on when and how it should be taught. Nevertheless, a knowledge of signal transduction and second messengers is essential to an understanding of cellular homeostasis and drug action. The intent of this refresher course is to bring together a cadre of presenters with extensive knowledge and experience in teaching this material. Not only will this benefit faculty members assigned to teach cell physiology, but it can also benefit those interested in understanding the topic better. The course will include discussions of G-protein-coupled receptors and their downstream effectors, kinases, covalent modification of proteins, as well as emerging fields that are less well covered in traditional textbooks.

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Resource Type: Digital Presentation (Powerpoint), Video, Meeting Presentation
Audience Level: Continuing Education

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Authors and Editors: Zi-jian Xie of University of Toledo Health Science Campus, Maurine Linder of Washington University School of Medicine, Michael Eck of Harvard University, Elliott Ross of University of Texas-Southwestern
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