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Which of the following peptide-second messengers are incorrectly paired?

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Default Which of the following peptide-second messengers are incorrectly paired?



A.Glucagon:cAMP
B.Insulin:cAMP
C.TSH:cAMP
D.ACTH:cAMP
E.ADH (V2 receptor):cAMP
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