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Signal sequence. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search ... Signal sequence can refer to: Protein targeting. Signal peptide. DNA ...
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Article on the short sequences that direct the post-translational transport of proteins after synthesis. ... Override this function. ...
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Garland and Wedington traffic signal Sequence.If the North facing vehicles travelling along Garland are not stopped at a Red Signal light when the South faci...
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A video of a Crouse-Hinds Type-M two color signal displaying the original Crouse-Hinds sequence. Uploaded as a reference for signal collectors who want to r...
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Norway rat protein-coding gene Ssr3. Represented by 164 ESTs from 65 cDNA libraries. ... Rattus norvegicus signal sequence receptor, gamma, mRNA (cDNA clone MGC:72411 ...
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Mouse protein-coding gene Ssr4. Represented by 454 ESTs from 147 cDNA libraries. ... Mus musculus signal sequence receptor, delta, mRNA (cDNA clone MGC:6004 IMAGE: ...
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... on Signal Sequence ... The signal sequence is then cleaved from the polypeptide when it ... Gene design of signal sequence for the effective secretion ...
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Signal peptide A signal peptide is a short (3-60 amino acids long) peptide chain ... sources refer to signal peptides as only the pre-sequence that targets the ...
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The signal sequence is immediately cleaved from the polypeptide once it has been ... This signal sequence processing differs for some ER transmembrane proteins. ...
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... that will be completely synthesized in the cytosol do not have a signal sequence. ... secretory protein is a signal sequence but the nascent polypeptide of ...
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The major difference is the fact that it has a hydrophobic signal sequence. ... After the signal sequence is completed, protein synthesis is further inhibited. ...
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AthenaES™'s proprietary media formulations dramatically increase the expression ... ACES™ Signal Sequence Kit Application Manual (pdf) ...
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Certain mRNAs encode what is know as a "signal sequence" or leader peptide. ... The signal sequence is then threaded through a pore called the translocon. ...
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Upon translocation into that organelle, the signal sequence is removed. ... (proteins that go to the latter have their signal sequence at the C terminus) ...
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