Problem: Which of the following is likely to be a response by a receptor protein to an approaching signal molecule?a.  Recognize the receptor protein having the correct 3-D shape.b.  Receptor protein binds to signal if having complementary shape.c.  Signal binding to receptor protein induces a change in the receptor protein's shape.d.  Change in the receptor protein's shape results in cellular action.e.  All of the above are correct.

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Which of the following is likely to be a response by a receptor protein to an approaching signal molecule?

a.  Recognize the receptor protein having the correct 3-D shape.

b.  Receptor protein binds to signal if having complementary shape.

c.  Signal binding to receptor protein induces a change in the receptor protein's shape.

d.  Change in the receptor protein's shape results in cellular action.

e.  All of the above are correct.

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