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Can someone please help me with one part of this question....

Discuss target cell activation by hormone-receptor interaction. What are the steps involved? On what factors does this interaction depend?

I know the second part to the question (on what factors does this interaction depend), but I need help on the first part (what are the steps involved)? Thanks in advance for the help ;-)

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