TOPIC 7 - TOPIC 7 MEMBRANE PROTEINS Sunday You should now...

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TOPIC 7: MEMBRANE PROTEINS Sunday, January 27, 2008. You should now be ready to answer Problem Sets I and II. You do not hand these in!! Rather, do them on your own, without looking at notes or the text, to see how you stand. This is necessary feeback. To see these problems go to Problems and click on I and II. The answers will be posted in about a week. Just looking at the questions and answers, without trying to answer things on your own before looking at the answers will do you almost no good at all. It is your choice. Remember this when you get your final grade! Membrane proteins constitute the 'mosaic' part of the fluid mosaic, although attached to, or embedding in the lipid bilayer, the proteins are not part of the unit membrane Membrane proteins are responsible for most of the specific functions of the cell membrane Membrane proteins are highly mobile within the unit membrane, but their movement, and hence their location, can be restricted pp. 171 - 187. Membrane proteins can be classified by their structural relationship with the unit membrane as either (1) integral proteins
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2008 for the course BIO 1140 taught by Professor Fenwick during the Winter '07 term at University of Ottawa.

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TOPIC 7 - TOPIC 7 MEMBRANE PROTEINS Sunday You should now...

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