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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of cyclase

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  1. This protein is called adenylyl cyclase and it'll make sense why it's called cyclase in
  2. adenylate cyclase, we see that adenylate cyclase
  3. You're going through a G alpha subunit and you're hooking up to adenylate cyclase,
  4. leads to the activation of adenylate cyclase which makes cyclic AMP.
  5. that activates adenylate cyclase and that makes cyclic AMP.
  6. such as adenylate cyclase or phospholipase C, which would generate cyclic AMP or diacyl glycerol.
  7. which are coupled to adenylate cyclase, in the plasma membranes of cells.
  8. although it did contain the other components of the adenylate cyclase system,
  9. the G-protein and the adenylate cyclase itself.
  10. and hence the adenylate cyclase of this cell could be stimulated to make cyclic-AMP
  11. and the beta-adrenergic receptor stimulated adenylate cyclase.
  12. or an adenylate cyclase in other mammalian tissues, which responded to the G-protein.
  13. Alpha-2 receptors activation GI, thereby inhibiting adenylate cyclase,
  14. But remarkably, they activated adenylate cyclase, rather than inhibiting it.
  15. and desensitize either the visual receptor, rhodopsin, or the adenylate cyclase coupled receptor, the beta 2 adrenergic receptor.
  16. the most. What's the name of that . . . That's right. Adenylyl cyclase. And so what happens
  17. is the alpha subunit is going to attach to adenylyl cyclase. We then have an enzyme that's
  18. adenylate cyclase which makes cyclic AMP,
  19. and adenylyl cyclase complex, I know, right?
  20. to hit this adenylyl cyclase guy.