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In some cases, other integral membrane proteins interact with the receptor to modulate its activity. Some types of receptors cluster together in the membrane after binding hormone. Finally, as elaborated in the following sections, interaction of the hormone-bound receptor with other membrane or cytoplasmic proteins is the key to generation of second messengers and transduction of the hormonal signal. 2 Fate of the Hormone–Receptor Complex Normal cell function depends upon second messenger cascades being transient events.
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