Cell biology

which of the following will inhibit the release of calcium by hormone bound to Gq coupled receptor?

A. PLC inhibitor
B. PKC inhibitor
C. Cholera Toxin
D. Phosphodiesterase
E. none of the above

I said B.

Which is not a characteristic of cell signaling cascade?
a. It amplifies the signal
b. It distributes the signal to many processes
c. each stop can be modulated
D. It always involves ion flux

I said D

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