BIBC100_H3

BIBC100_H3 - agents unfold protein A. Can protein A form...

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James Sato Handout 3 ysato@ucsd.edu LECTURE 5: DNA Binding Name the picture. Give me the name . What structures do you see in this structure? How does this protein bind to the DNA? Where does it bind? Which part of the structure binds to the DNA? Anything special about the process? 1. 2. 3.
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LECTURE 6: Protein Folding Protein 1. What is the central dogma of life? 2. What are the two reducing agents described in class? What do they do? These
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Unformatted text preview: agents unfold protein A. Can protein A form its native state when the agents are removed? 3. Describe the steps of protein folding. Why are some transitions faster than the other? 4. Look at the figure on the Power Point, and explain the physics of protein folding. Think about this: Why is entropy so high? What is "energy"? What does the graph periodically go up? 5. What are three obstacles to protein folding?...
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