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Which of the following statements about peptide or protein hormones is usually true?

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Default Which of the following statements about peptide or protein hormones is usually true?



A.They have longer half-lives than steroid hormones
B.They have receptors on the cell membrane
C.They have a slower onset of action than both steroid and thyroid hormones
D.They are not highly stored in endocrine producing glands
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