MCB 150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Nuclear Localization Sequence, George Emil Palade, Mitochondrion

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Molecular and Cell Biology
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MCB 150
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Proteins that stay and function in the cytoplasm have no additional targeting signals
Proteins destined for the nucleus have a nuclear localization signal
Proteins destined for a mitochondrion have a transit sequence
What about proteins destined to be secreted outside of the cell or function in other
organelles?
Learning catalytics
What percentage of Krebs cycle enzymes are synthesized on membrane-
bound ribosomes?
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Mark molecules in a way that it can be detected but nothing else can, you can see
where it originates where it goes
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