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noun, plural: receptor sites
A molecular site or the docking port on the surface of, or within, a cell, usually involving proteins that are capable of recognizing and binding with specific molecules.
For example: CD4 receptor on the surface of certain cells is the receptor site that HIV binds with and uses to enter cells.
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