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2-11 part 2 - Sun 2.11 Page 2 Treatment of Patient with...

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Sun 2.11 Page 2 Treatment of Patient with cortizol suffering from allergy or asthma cause the suppression immune sys but the velocity of the drug action might be slow compare to other bec it has 1- to path through the mem 2- bind the intracellular rece 3- and the complex “drug + ptn” is imported into the nuc for the drug action 4- so it act at the transcription level 1
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Page 4 There are some ptn transported which is necessary for the mito bec they also have an own transcription and translation going on within the matrix of the mito Some of the mitochondrial ptn are coded by the DNA of the nuc how does this ptn get into the mito The ptns that formed inside the mito DNA RNA ptn which translated in the matrix and remain in the matrix of the mito 2
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Page 7 - If you have a given ptn with signal sequence which has to be import - You load a temp with time - And at certain level you stop the experiment and you put in a protease
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