Principles of Cell Signaling and Biological Consequences
Discussion Questions and Instructions
31 January 2005
Discussion questions are divided into two groups (Group A and Group B). Students should select one set of questions within each group to discuss. Students may search PubMed in order to answer the questions, as well as rely on materials presented in class. Answers should be as concise as possible. Because there may not be "model" answers to all of the questions posed, please feel free to submit creative responses. Include in your response the citation to any articles that support your answers.
This discussion forum will be open for students of the Cell Signaling Systems course at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY until 15 February 2005. If you are a student in the Cell Signaling Systems course at Mount Sinai, please do not submit your response anonymously, so that the instructors attribute your responses to you.
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