Oscillatory cAMP Signaling in the Development of Dictyostelium discoideum 1 Introduction

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  title={Oscillatory cAMP Signaling in the Development of Dictyostelium discoideum 1 Introduction},
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    One of the most essential characteristics of living organisms, from the unicellular level to the largest plants and animals, is their active interaction with their environment. From the unicellular level upward, organisms have developed sensitive signal detection systems that extract information from their environment and enable them to find food and mates, initiate developmental changes, avoid harmful environments or execute any of the multitude of actions and behaviors in their repertoire… CONTINUE READING