The early work of Earl W. Sutherland suggested that the process going on at the receiving end of the cellular conversation can be dissected into three stages: reception, transduction, and response. The detection of signal molecules coming in from another cell is known asÂ Reception. The conversion of the message into a form that can elicit a particular cellular response is known asÂ Transduction. In the last stage, aÂ ResponseÂ is triggered by the transduced signal. This response may include any cellular activity.
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