Lecture14-Unit5-ER&vesicles-student

8 using the schemakc below draw a map of the sorkng

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Unformatted text preview: ) Not N- terminal Figure 15- 17 Essen&al Cell Biology (© Garland Science 2010) soluble proteins Figure 15- 14 Essen&al Cell Biology (© Garland Science 2010) Figure 15- 15 Essen&al Cell Biology Vista animaKons Figure 15- 16 Essen&al Cell Biology one- pass transmembrane protein - N- terminus in the ER lumen, C- terminus in the cytosol Figure 15- 17 Essen&al Cell Biology Double- pass through the membrane - both N- and C- terminus in the cytosol Which of these proteins contained a N- terminal signal sequence (a.k.a N- terminal Start Transfer Sequence)? A B C A.  B.  C.  D.  A and B B and C A and C All of them ER lumen Domain map = membrane crossing domain = membrane crossing domain Problem 5.8: Using the schemaKc below, draw a map of the sorKng signals on two proteins shown. Signal sequence Start transfer Stop transfer ER lumen Protein A Protein B Summary of protein inserKon into membranes   I...
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