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The protein ____ exhibits ATPase activity to power the movement of a genome to one of the cell poles in Caulobacter.
Answer - Polar organizing proteins also known as POP-Z.
It is a Polar cytoskeleton protein which exhibits ATPase activity to power the movement of a genome to one of the cell poles in Caulobacter. It was first identified in C. crescentus.
The protein ____ exhibits ATPase activity to power the movement of a genome to one of...
Considering that the Nat-K+ ATPase membrane protein is essential for maintaining an electrochemical gradient across cell membranes, which of the following is likely not a component of an electrolyte solution for treating dehydration? Choose one: O Ο Α. ΑΤΡ B. potassium o C. glucose • D. sodium
For stable integration of a fluorescent protein into the genome of a cell, what is the most useful technique? Transfection Viral infection Electroporation Pinocytosis of plasmids
G-protein coupled receptors can exhibit which of the following actions? Select one: a. Dimerization b. Tyrosine kinase activity c. Nuclear Localization d. Activation of Adenylate Cyclase e. ATPase activity
4. (4 pts.) Describe in detail the movement of a protein from a ribosome through the endomembrane system to outside of the cell. Be specific and name molecules involved. A well- labeled diagram can help.
Cofilin is a protein that binds to actin filaments and speeds up the loss of actin monomers from the minus end. Why might increasing the activity of cofilin cause a crawling cell (or a motile growth cone) to increase its speed of movement?
4. How does a cell regulate protein activity to impact mechanisms/cell functions? Why is this important? Have five specific examples and do not include any mechanisms that completely degrade the protein of interest.
Enzyme X exhibits maximum activity at pH = 5.25. X shows a sharp decrease in its activity when the pH goes much lower than 4.35. One likely interpretation of this pH activity is that: A) a Glu residue (pKa = 4.25) on the enzyme is involved in the reaction. B) a His residue (pKa = 6.0) on the enzyme is involved in the reaction. C) the enzyme has a metallic cofactor. D) the enzyme is found in gastric secretions. E)...
Picking one of the three slide (one is at low power, one is at medium power, one is at high power), that best magnifies and displays the histology of the pituitary gland and label a acidophil cell and basophil cell in the chosen slide. 1. Pick which slide is best. 2. Label acidophil cell and basophil cell on that slide.
In-Class Activity #12, Protein Tratlicking Worksheet 1. You are interested in four different proteins in a yeast cell: • protein 1 is a cytosolic protein protein 2 is a secreted protein • protein 3 is a nuclear protein protein 4 is a cell surface membrane protein with N-terminal end in extra-cellular space. a. You plan to study how the proteins are localized to their specific destination by creating the following mutations in the genes encoding proteins 1-4. Indicate how the...
just 7, 8,9 7. The biochemical activity of a protein, such as its enzymatic activity, is called its function. a. phenotypic, b. genotypic, c. cellular, d. molecular, e. organismal 8. Which statement is NOT true of all naturally occurring DNA? a. Deoxyribose units are connected by 3'5'-phosphodiester bonds. b. The amount of A always equals the amount of T c. The ratio A+T/G+C is constant for all natural DNAS. d. The two complementary strands are antiparallel. e. Two hydrogen bonds...