I. A. Gur’yanov

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The peptide hormone relaxin produces dose-dependent stimulation of adenylyl cyclase activity in rat tissues (striatum, cardiac and skeletal muscle) and the muscle tissues of invertebrates, i.e., the(More)
In animals of different phylogenetic levels, polycationic peptides are one of the most important regulators of the functional activities of hormonal signaling systems, including the adenylate cyclase(More)
The development of experimental type II diabetes mellitus in rats was accompanied by dysfunction of inhibitory and stimulatory heterotrimeric G-proteins, components of hormone-sensitive adenylate(More)
The key step in the hormonal signal transduction into cell is interaction of receptors with heterotrimeric G-proteins. We and other authors have shown that G-proteins may be activated as a result of(More)
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