Biochemical Actions of Hormones. Volume 9 by Gerald Litwack

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Thus, guanine nucleotides appear to mediate a transition between the two states of the receptor, with the receptor population of uniformly lower affinity for agonists in the presence of guanine nucleotides. ß-Adrenergic agonist radioligands such as [3H]hydroxybenzylisoproterenol ([3H]HBI) may be used to label only the high affinity state of the /3-adrenergic receptor of the frog erythrocyte (Williams and Lefkowitz, 1977). Guanine nucleotides promote a dissociation of this high affinity agonist-receptor complex (Fig.

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