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101311chap4_essen - Essential Cell Biology Third Edition...

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Chapter 4 Protein Structure and Function Essential Cell Biology Third Edition Copyright © Garland Science 2010
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Many venoms and toxins are proteins or pep1des. e.g. Ricin LD 50 for humans is ~2 mg Ricin enters the cytosol and cataly:cally inac:vates ribosomal RNA.
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Proteins can form highly ordered nanostructures e.g. Sinbis virus (an alpha virus)
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