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Peptide hormones (such as insulin) must bind to receptors on the outside surfaces of their target cells before their signal is transmitted to the inside of the cell. In contrast, the receptors for steroid hormones (such as estradiol, shown below) are found inside cells. What features of these two different hormones explain the locations of their receptors?

Peptide hormones (such as insulin) must bind to receptors on
Estradiol

 







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