Midterm exam I1
April 7, 2003
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pen will be considered for regrading. 150 points total.
Question 1 40 points
(10) Q. In T cells, transcription factors such as NF-AT translate antigen recognition on the surface into
transcription of specific genes. In which cellular location is the NF-AT protein normally found in resting T cells?
What is the role of the NF-AT pro
Problem Set 1. CHEM-130/MCB-100A. Fall 2011. University of California, Berkeley
Instructors: John Kuriyan & David Wemmer
Problem Set 1.
Chapters 1 and 2, draft textbook (available on bSpace)
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CHEM C130 I MCB C100A" ' ' including the cover
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November 12, .2009
INSTRUCTORS: John Kuriyan and David Wemmer
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MIDTERM EXAMINATION 3
NOV. 13, 2008
INSTRUCTORS: John Kuriyan & Bryan Krantz
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Fall 2010 MCB 150 Midterm1
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Please use PEN only. Each page (total of 4 pages) must have your name on the top.
1 a) (4 pts) What is the main difference between a lamprey variable lymphocyte receptors (VLR) and a
human lymphocyte receptor
MCB140: Second Midterm
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MCB 135E, Second Midterm
November 10, 1995
Answer Key Version A
Three (3) points per question
1. Surfactant lining the pulmonary alveoli:
A. Helps prevent alveolar collapse