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FMR-1 Brianna Haynes
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Official name of FMR-1Protein:   Fragile X Mental Retardation 1  Protein
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Why Is This Protein Important?  The FMR-1 protein is  directly correlated to  the appearance of the  Fragile X disease.  Scientists still do not  know the exact  function of this 
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Synapse Plasticity  FMR-1 is necessary for neurons in the brain to  function correctly and efficiently, for it develops the  synapses between brain cells that allow them to  communicate with one another.  Through a process called synapse plasticity, the  nerve cells can modify as a response stimulus and  experiences.  It is believed that synapse plasticity is supervised by  FMR-1, and synapse plasticity later correlates to 
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mRNA’s Relationship with the  FMR-1 Protein FMR-1 is belived by scientists to act as a transport  for mRNA mRNA’s job:  CODE FOR PROTEINS The FMR-1 protein is responsible for moving the 
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