Bio151 Sp13 Exam 1 answer key

In your first experiments your grow your cells in a

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Unformatted text preview: positive feedback loop, a negative feedback loop or neither? (A = positive; B = negative; C = neither) A13. An activated TFa up- regulates transcription of a kinase that phosphorylates and activates RTK (receptor tyrosine kinase) A14. An activated TFa represses (down- regulates) expression of a protein that targets RTK to receptor- mediated endocytosis B15. An activated TFa up- regulates transcription of a protein that targets TK2 to the proteasome C16. When TK2 is activated it phosphorylates and activates TFa B17. When TK2 is activated it phosphorylates and inhibits the receptor tyrosine kinase A18. An activated TFa represses transcription of a protein that targets phosphorylated TK1 to the proteasome Questions 19- 23: Diagnose a novel pathway You isolate cells from the brain of a mouse, and work to characterize them. In your...
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