A molecule that binds to a receptor.
Computational or experimental technique employed to discover and/or characterize an oligomer.
Macromolecular complex composed of two or more protomers, with the minimal assembly termed "Dimer".
A ligand-induced change in the phenotype (e.g., internalization, ligand binding, and signaling changes) associated with oligomerization (as compared to the phenotypes of the protomers forming the oligomer).
Receptor forming a dimer/oligomer.
Cellular protein or protein assembly involved in signal transduction.
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