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The Use of Computers in the Teaching of Hormone Receptor Interactions in the Presence of Two Types of Binding Sites or Negative Cooperativity
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Biochemical Education Volume 16, Number 2,

Abstract

Describes a computer program designed to teach the graphical aspect of the analysis of ligand-receptor interaction, considering two binding sites per receptor molecule. Provides examples of graphs produced with the program. (CW)

Citation

Santa Coloma, T.A. & Calvo, J.C. (1988). The Use of Computers in the Teaching of Hormone Receptor Interactions in the Presence of Two Types of Binding Sites or Negative Cooperativity. Biochemical Education, 16(2), 90-91. Retrieved October 17, 2021 from .

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