16.PostTranslation

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Table 32-11 Half-lives of Some Rat Liver Enzymes. Page 1352
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QuickTime and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. Procollagen assembly Required for proper procollagen folding **Without propeptides, takes days to fold http://herkules.oulu.fi/isbn9514253728/html/figure1.gif
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Figure 32-70 Electron micrograph of procollagen aggregates that have been secreted by fibroblasts into the extracellular medium. Page 1347
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Figure 32-71 Schematic representation of the procollagen molecule. Page 1348
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Figure 32-72 Schematic representation of procollagen biosynthesis. Page 1349
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Unformatted text preview: QuickTime F and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. asperigine Acetylation Glycosylation Figure 32-75 X-Ray structure of ubiquitin. Page 1353 Figure 32-76 Reactions involved in the attachment of ubiquitin to a protein. Page 1354 Figure 32-78a X-Ray structure of tetraubiquitin. ( a ) A ribbon drawing. Isopeptide bonds and the Lys side chains making them, are orange. Page 1355 Figure 32-79 Electron microscopybased image of the Drosophila melanogaster 26S proteasome. The complex is around 450 190 . Page 1355 Table 32-12 Half-lives of Cytoplasmic Enzymes as a Function of Their N-Terminal Residues. Page 1357...
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