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In [[biology]], in a signalling pathway, if protein A switches on protein B, and if protein B then switches on/activates/recruits proteins C, D and E, then proteins C, D and E are effectors of protein B.
 
In [[biology]], in a signalling pathway, if protein A switches on protein B, and if protein B then switches on/activates/recruits proteins C, D and E, then proteins C, D and E are effectors of protein B.
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An effector is a small molecule that binds to a macromolecule.

In biology, in a signalling pathway, if protein A switches on protein B, and if protein B then switches on/activates/recruits proteins C, D and E, then proteins C, D and E are effectors of protein B.

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