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This page is about the cellular messenger. For the aesthetic, see Camp (aesthetic).

CAMP is cyclic form of the nucleotide Adenine-monophosphate. It is a common secondary messenger in cellular signal transduction pathways.


  • The adenine-ribose combination is seen frequently enough to get a simpler name adenosine. This battery pack is called cyclic adenosine mono phosphate (mono because there is just one phosphate) or cAMP.[1]


  1. The Big Polymers: RNA, DNA, Protein