How do signal transduction pathways help control blood sugar?

1 Answer
Dec 19, 2017

They have the ability to produce or reduce production of things based on what is needed.


When a pathway produces something it fills the environment around the chain, so if there is tons and tons of the product being produced and it gets to be too much one of the products will find its way to one of the first enzymes in the chain and bond to its allosteric site (something like another active site). This will disrupt the chain putting it in an inactive state and stopping the production.