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C. LIGAND BINDING TO RECEPTORS As radioligand binding assays for hormone and neurotransmitter receptors were developed, it became feasible to compare the occupancy of receptors b y agonist molecules with the activation of the enzyme effector in adenylate cyclase coupled receptor systems. Early attempts at correlating ligand-receptor interaction with enzyme activity were beset with unexpected difficulties in the interpretation of results. The original model of Sutherland suggested that the receptor and enzyme were permanently linked (Fig.
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