Proteins Protein FunctionLocation/Produced FromMisc. InformationType/UsesActinMicrovilli, Myofilaments (w/ Myosin)Globular Protein- Globe like structureTertiaryTubulinHemoglobinQuaternaryChromatinStrands of DNA bound to histone* proteins. NucleusrRNAA nucleotide and a protein base = RibosomePeripheral ProteinPhosolipid BilayerIntegral ProteinPhosolipid BilayerIon ChannelsInsulinPancreasGlucagonPancreasDNA PolymeraseInterior of the Nucleus (Replication)EnzymeRNA PolymeraseNucleus (Transcription)EnzymeBuilding block of microfilaments, that provide mechanical support for microvilli. Provide cells the ability to move and change shape.Building block of microtubules, cilia, spindle fibers. Responsible for Kinetochore destruction, seperating the chromosomes during anaphase.Cytoplasm of a cell, Centrosomes (Centrioles)Protein within red blood cells that has attachments to carry oxygen.Red Marrow (Hematopoises), mature blood cells, vessels (arteries, veins, capillaries)Building block of a ribosome. Transcribes an mRNA strand and produces polypeptide chains based on the coding of that particular strand. Cytoplasm of a cell, surface rough endoplasmic reticulum, made in nucleolusProteins attached loosely to integral proteins and are easily removed without disrupting the membrane. Help support the membrane from its cytoplasmic sideEmbedded protein within the phospholipid bilayer of a cell membraneReleased as a homeostatic response to elevated blood glucose , this hormone is secreted to lower blood glucose levelsOpposite to insulin, released as a homeostatic response to low levels of Glucose in the blood. Glucagon will breakdown glycogen by glycogenoloysis. Enzyme that adds free nucleotides to the end of a chain of DNA, making a new double strand.