MM1 Cell Biology

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Bobopudge
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MM1 Cell Biology
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2011-04-09 04:01:13
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MM cell organelles
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  1. The nucleus is surrounded by this
    nuclear envelope
  2. The outer nuclear membrane is continuous with this
    Rough ER
  3. This controls traffic in and out of nucleus
    Nuclear pore complex
  4. This makes ribosomes
    Nucleolus
  5. This has ribosomes attached to its surface
    Rough ER
  6. This makes lipids, cholestrol, and stores calcium
    Smooth ER
  7. The addition of carbohydrates to amino acids is called this
    Glycosylation
  8. What is the use of glycosylation?
    • Protein-2-Protein recognition
    • 3D structure
  9. This enzyme attaches carbs to protein
    Glycosyl-transferase
  10. This face ships proteins back to the ER
    Cis face
  11. This face is where a protein's fate is decided
    Trans face
  12. This organelle has its own DNA
    mitochondrion
  13. This organelle plays a major role in apoptosis
    mitochondrion
  14. These diseases are associated with mitochondrions not working right
    • Alzheimers
    • Parkinsons
    • Myopathy
  15. Uncontrolled release of stuff from lysosomes can cause this
    • Necrosis
  16. Hydrogen peroxide is converted to oxygen and water here
    • Peroxisome
    • Catalase
    • phalloidin stain = actin
    • antibody stain = microtubules
    • DAPI = nucleus
    • Nuclear Lamin is major protein in nucleus structure
    • Problems in this protein lead to progeria and muscle dystrophy

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