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Unformatted text preview: and how it forms F- actin o Know the difference between the (+) and (- ) ends o Driven by ATP hydrolysis – but when does this occur? §༊ Know principle of how energy derived from ATP hydrolysis o Know the function and purpose of actin polymerization/depolymerization • Know the structure of the protofilament of tubulin and how this forms into microtubules o Requires GTP hydrolysis o Which subunit binds GTP? o Forms hollow cylinder o Know that microtubules also have (+) and (- ) ends o Know the function and role of tubulin in the cell • Know the structure of keratin and where it is found o Basic unit is coiled coil o Residues #1 & #4 nonpolar – why? o How the dimers associate to form the intermediate filaments • Know the structure of col...
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This document was uploaded on 03/08/2014 for the course CH 369 at University of Texas at Austin.

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