A transmembrane protein in the membrane has two

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19. A transmembrane protein in the membrane has two binding sites, one for solute A and one for solute B. The protein can undergo a conformational change to switch between two states: either both binding sites are exposed on one side of the membrane, or both are exposed on the other side of the membrane. The protein can switch between the two conformational states only if both binding sites are occupied or if both sites are empty, but cannot switch if only one binding site is occupied. (5 points)
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Form D – Copyright DK/DS/Book BIS 104 Exam I – 10/27/2014 6
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  • Spring '08
  • Scholey
  • oil immersion lens, carbon double bonds, Copyright DK/DS/Book

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