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Structure of Proteins – Protein Movement and Cell Signaling

by Kevin Ahern, PhD
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    The lecture Structure of Proteins – Protein Movement and Cell Signaling by Kevin Ahern, PhD is from the course Biochemistry: Basics.


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    1. They commonly contain abundant glycine
    2. They derive most of their properties from their catalytic nature
    3. The have extensive tertiary structure
    4. They have almost random sequences
    1. Elastin — cell membrane
    2. Keratin — hair
    3. Collagen — tissue glue
    4. Fibroin — silk
    5. Lamin — nuclear envelope
    1. The stabilization of the structure of collagen
    2. The transportation of collagen from the nucleus to the cytoplasm
    3. The assembly of ribosomes on the mRNA
    4. The transportation of collagen from ER to Golgi bodies
    5. The catalytic reaction carried out by the collagen in the lysosomes

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    By Gerardo C. on 30. April 2018 for Structure of Proteins – Protein Movement and Cell Signaling

    Excellent information and explanation, it's helping me a lot. Congrats, lecturio!