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1. Signa (Sig.)
This Latin term, which is frequently used in medicine and pharmacy, means "label" or "let it be imprinted".

2. Signal peptide
A sequence of amino acid s that determine whether a protein will be formed on the rough endoplasmic reticulum or on free ribosome s. Note: all protein synthesis begins on free ribosomes.

3. Signal transduction
The biochemical events that conduct the signal of a hormone or growth factor from the cell exterior, through the cell membrane , and into the cytoplasm . This involves a number of molecules, including receptor s, protein s, and messengers.

4. Signature sequence
Short oligonucleotide s of unique sequence found in 16S ribosomal RNA of a particular group of prokaryote s.

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