[Answer] In certain cancerous cells the cell divides continuously even in the absence of a growth factor (signaling molecule) that indicates the cell should divide. Which of the following could NOT explain this?A) a receptor molecule that is always turned offB) a receptor molecule that is always activatedC) a transduction pathway that is always turned onD) a target protein that is always activatedE) a gene for cell division that is expressed when it should not be

Answer: A) a receptor molecule that is always turned off
In certain cancerous cells the cell divides continuously even in the absence of a growth factor (signaling molecule) that indicates the cell should divide. Which of the following could NOT explain this?A) a receptor molecule that …

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