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28)The correct folding of proteins is necessary to maintain healthy cells and tissues. Unfoldedproteins are responsible for such neurodegenerative disorders as Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s,and Creutzfeld–Jacob disease (the specific faulty protein is different for each disease). What isthe ultimate fate of these disease-­‐causing, unfolded proteins?29)What is the large-­‐scale study of proteins called:30)The Ras protein is a GTPase that functions in many growth-­‐factor signaling pathways. In itsactive form, with GTP bound, it transmits a downstream signal that leads to cell proliferation;in its inactive form, with GDP bound, the signal is not transmitted. Mutations in the gene forRas are found in many cancers. Of the choices below, which alteration of Ras activity is mostlikely to contribute to the uncontrolled growth of cancer cells?31) Why areαhelices andβsheets common folding patterns in polypeptides?A.The unique amino acid sequences that generate these folding patterns are common inpolypeptides.B.Molecular chaperones tend to fold polypeptides in these common folding patterns.C.Amino acid side chains are not involved in forming the hydrogen bonds, allowing manydifferent sequences to adopt these folding patterns.

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