1) Hormones serve as messenger controlling and coordinating different activities inside our body.
2) Only a Hormones target cell which has the receipted for that hormone would react to it's signal.
3) The timing and amount of hormone secreted is controlled by feedback mechanism.
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Before we understand the mechanism of hormone action, let’s look at what are hormone receptors. Each hormone has receptors that are found on the cell membrane of the target organ. Once the hormone bind to its designated receptor, a series of actions are initiated to release secondary messengers inside the cell. These secondary messengers are responsible for relaying information to the nucleus or other organelles. Based on their structure, receptors are of different types:
Internal receptors– they can be either nuclear or cytoplasmic. Nuclear receptors are found on the nuclear membrane while the cytoplasmic receptors are found in the cytoplasm of the cell. These receptors are for the steroid hormones.
External receptors– These are the transmembrane receptors which are embedded in the lipid layer of the cell membrane. These receptors are for the protein ones.
The mechanism of action hormone can be of two types: First, where the receptors are fixed and the second, where the receptors are mobile.
Fixed Receptor Mechanism
This mechanism of action hormone is seen in the protein hormones such as Adrenaline, insulin, ADH, TSH etc. As mentioned earlier, since they are water soluble, they cannot pass through the cell membrane as it is made up of a lipid layer. So, they bind to their extracellular receptors present on the membrane.
Once the protein hormone binds to the receptor, a series of reactions occur beginning with the production of adenyl cyclase enzyme. This enzyme leads to the production of cyclic AMP or cAMP which is the secondary messenger. This cAMP can now enter the cell and cause the effect it was meant to bring about.
Mobile Receptor Mechanism
This kind of mechanism is seen in the steroid hormone that is insoluble in water. They are made up of fats and therefore can freely cause the lipid layer of the cell membrane. Their receptors are intracellular and not extracellular like those for the protein ones. The intracellular receptors can be floating in the cytoplasm, on the nuclear membrane or inside the nucleus. For this reason, their receptors are known as mobile receptors.
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They have their target receptor on the cell membrane to which the hormone binds. When the hormone binds on the specific target receptor, the enzyme adenyl cyclase in the cell membrane is activated. This helps in the production of cyclic AMP (cAMP). cAMP acts as the secondary messenger.
secondary information carrier proteins as the signal terminate at the membrane the secondary carriers bring that information to the nuclei.
the hormone in nature of amino acids shows this kind of pathway
CHAPTER-22:chemical coordination and integration
Hormones activate target cells by diffusing through the plasma membrane of the target cells (lipid-soluble hormones) to bind a receptor protein within the cytoplasm of the cell, or by binding a specific receptor protein in the cell membrane of the target cell (water-soluble proteins).
The mechanism of hormone action are:
2) Hormones are the messengers, which are chemically linked, secreted from pituitary glands and are released in blood.
3) Like enzyme, hormones have definite cell receptors, where they bind.
4) After binding with the target cell, many actions are induced as an effect and hence secondary messengers get activated and starts functioning.
5) There are three types of hormonal system found - Exocrine, Endocrine and Paracrine.
Function of feed back mechanism is to regulate sugar level in blood
eg- if the sugar level gets increased in our blood immediately penicillin will secrete insulin which will reduce the sugar level in our blood .
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Hormones with Intracellular Receptors. That is to say, the hormone-receptor complex binds to promoter regions of responsive genes and stimulate or sometimes inhibit transcription from those genes. Thus, the mechanism of action of steroid hormones is to modulate gene expression in target cells.
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