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Science 315 (5812): 605-606

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CELL SIGNALING:
beta-Arrestin, a Two-fisted Terminator

Eileen F. Grady

beta-arrestin escorts enzymes to activated receptors, catalyzing the demise of signals that are generated. This may be a common theme among G protein-coupled receptors.


The author is at the UCSF Center for the Neurobiology of Digestive Disease, University of California, San Francisco, CA 94143, USA. E-mail: gradye{at}surgery.ucsf.edu


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