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Chapter 3: The Shape and Structure of Proteins 1a) Which 2 amino acids are negatively charged (list the three-letter and one-letter abbreviations). b) How many amino acids are uncharged polar? Which of these uncharged polar amino acids can be phosphorylated? 2) The sequence below is the primary sequence for a fictional protein. M N A K R E N Q P H R E W Y N F N T M K H R S C L I P I L V G I A M C A V W A A A G V L I F P M C A P M A H N D C A E Y A M S S Q N H G V P E T S Q K D E L a) What type of bonds links one amino acid to the next?
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Unformatted text preview: b) Which portion of the sequence will NOT be exposed to an aqueous environment? Chapter 9: Visualizing Cells 1) Diagram the basic components of a microscope. 2) What two (2) changes can you make to obtain a better resolution? 3) If you wish to visualize 2 different proteins via fluorescent microscopy, the fluorescent probes must have different _________________ peaks. 4) Indirect immunocytochemistry on fixed cells : picture :: GFP-tagged protein in living cells : _____________________...
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