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Department
Biology
Course
BIO1140
Professor
Kathleen Gilmour
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 3 - Topic 2 (membrane proteins) Slide 1 Proteins, are the mosaic in the fluid mosaic model.they are studded into the membrane -proteins are responsible for the specific work of the membrane Slide 2 -if membrane is heavily involved in the transport of solutes, thats due to membrane carriers, pumps or channels -membranes are also involved in reactions that require enzymes; and so you find enzymes attached to membranes. (i.e. Electron transport chain) -signal reception, membrane proteins are responsible for detecting a signal transducing a cellular response -membrane proteins are involved in attachment, either within a cell, or extracellular structures that surround it (involved in anchorage) Slide 3 Integral membrane proteins: -are those embedded in the membrane, -more commonly they go right across the m
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