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Like specific mechanisms, they are secreted from the cell
by vesicles derived from the plasma membrane.
Power: Cytoplasm. After translation, a few times
Polypeptides have a short release of amino acids
This acts as a zip “zip code” and gives them a
Elements These signal lines are located in the N terminal or amino acid chain.

For example, the following sequence guides proteins to the embryo:

– pro – pro – lie – lie – lie – arch – lie – wall –
This amino acid sequence occurs, for example, in histones.
Proteins attached to nuclear DNA, but not with citric acid
Circulating enzymes, which are deposited in the mitochondria.
There is an agreement on the signal lines, which allows them.

To bind to specific receptor proteins, appropriately called dosing proteins, with the outer membrane of the appropriate organelle. When a protein binds to it, receptor a. make up
Channels in the membrane allow proteins to pass through
target of the organ.

(In this process, the protein is usually synthesized by a saponin so that it can be transmitted
channel, then rebuilt to its normal consistency.) Description: Endoplasmic reticulum. If a typical hydrophobic sequence of about 25 amino acids
Polypeptide chain start, finished product

 

 

 

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