Signal transduction is the transmission of molecular signals from a cell's exterior to its interior. Cells use a large number of clearly defined signalling pathways to regulate their activity. Each and every cell receives signals and simultaneously they also send the signal to other cells which are near or far away from them. Cells have different proteins like Receptors, Dopamine and insulin. There are hundreds of receptors present outside and inside the cell. Generally, cells receive the signals in chemical form via different signalling molecules. Once these molecules bind to appropriate receptor on the surface of the cell, the binding triggers a chain that not only carriers the signals inside the cells but also sends the signals to other cells in the body.
Related Journals of Signal Trasduction
Journal of Signal Transduction, Signal Transduction, Journal of Receptors and Signal Transduction, Journal - Signal Transduction Insights, Current Signal Transduction Therapy