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Accession
GO:0097003
Name
adipokinetic hormone receptor activity
Ontology
molecular_function
Synonyms
AKH receptor activity
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Definition
Combining with an adipokinetic hormone to initiate a change in cell activity. Adipokinetic hormones (AKHs) are protein or peptide hormones that are important for sugar and fat homeostasis in metazoa. In insects, they mobilize sugar and lipids from the insect fat body during energy-requiring activities such as flight and locomotion. They also contribute to hemolymph sugar homeostasis. Source: GOC:sart, PMID:11904407
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Parents of adipokinetic hormone receptor activity (GO:0097003)
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adipokinetic hormone receptor activity [BFO:0000051 relation] BFO:0000051  adiponectin binding (GO:0055100)
adipokinetic hormone receptor activity [BFO:0000051 relation] BFO:0000051  adipokinetic hormone binding (GO:0097004)
adipokinetic hormone receptor activity [is_a relation] is_a  protein-hormone receptor activity (GO:0016500)

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