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Unformatted text preview: a) O 2 , progesterone, ethanol b) Ca ++ , Na + , glucose c) Estradiol, CO 2 , amino acids d) Glucose, amino acids, H 2 O e) Amino acids, nucleotides, K + Stimulation of a cell with a certain signaling molecule was found to increase intracellular PKA activity. Based on this information it can be inferred that the receptor was: a) A GPCR of the Gs subfamily b) A member of the cytokine receptor family c) Unable to oligomerize d) Unable to engage in lateral mobility e) Linked to Smads A cytosolic protein that normally would be transported to the matrix of mitochondria is found in a cell to have an alteration that prevents such translocation. Select the foil that describes the most likely alteration of the protein. a) A mutation that prevents it from binding BiP b) Mutations that alter its TM domain c) A truncated C-terminal domain d) A truncated N-terminal domain e) An mutation that prevents its processing in the ER or Golgi apparatus...
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course MMG 409 taught by Professor Arvidson during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.
- Spring '08