Lecture 24 More on Cytoskeleton

Lecture 24 More on Cytoskeleton - Lecture 24 • Vesicular...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 24 • Vesicular transport by microtubules – Motor proteins • Intermediate Filaments – Assembly – Different types – Lamins and nuclear breakdown • Microfilaments – Assembly – Motor Proteins (myosins) – Sliding filament model for muscle contraction Announcement • Today: Finish Cytoskeleton • Wednesday: Cell Cycle Regulation • Friday: Cell-Cell Signaling • For each topic, you are responsible only for what is covered in class. Use text to clarify figures it needed Genes for lysosomal proteins encode an amino terminal signal sequence T r u e F a l s e 0% 100% 1. True 2. False Lysosomal enzymes are glycoproteins T r u e F a l s e 0% 100% 1. True 2. False The lysosomal signal recognized by a receptor in the trans Golgi is part of the amino acid sequence of the protein T r u e F a l s e 100% 0% 1. True 2. False Which process below is not mediated by clathrin T r a n s G o l g i v e s i c l e f . . . R e c e p t o r m e d i a t e d e . . . B u l k e n d o c y t...
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Lecture 24 More on Cytoskeleton - Lecture 24 • Vesicular...

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