Cell Biology Quiz 2

The following is true regarding euchromatin.

A. Methyl transferase would be active.
B. It is compacted
C. HdAC makes chromatin available for activator binding.
D. Basal transcription factors can bind to the TATA Box.
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The following is the correct order in transcription initiation.

A. Mediator interaction ---> HAT activity -->Coactivator Binding--> TFIIH activity
B. HaDC activity -->Basal TF binding --> Coactivator Binding--> TFIIH activity
C. HAT activity -->Coactivator Binding--> Mediator interaction --> TFIIH activity
D. HAT activity -->Coactivator Binding--> TFIIH activity --->Mediator interaction
_______ is the eukaryotic protein containing the enzymatic activity for making a peptide bond. A. EF-tu B. 60S Subunit C. Aminoacyl site D. 50S SubunitB________ amino acid is encoded in the start codon AUG A. Methionine B. Arginine C. Leucine D. GlycineA________ is the organelle that a protein with the sequence NH3--AAGCKHKHNNTIL--COO would go to. A. Nucleus B. Mitochondria C. Peroxisome D. RERA__________ is the protein that synthesis a GPI anchor. A. Transamidase B. 80S Ribosome C. Oligotransferase D. Signal PeptidaseA_______ a protein that would would interact with the Signal Recognition Particle Receptor. A. Insulin B. RAN Binding Protein C. Matrix Stimulating Factor D. ATP synthaseA_______ is the lattice structure that interacts with the M6P Receptor. A. Stop-Transfer Anchors B. Peroxidase C. Hydrolase D. ClathrinD______ is a protein that works with T-SNARES and Complexin for vesicle fusion. A. M6P Receptor B. Syntaxin C. Clatharin D. TOM40B________ is a protein that recognizes an internal peptide sequence consisting of a cluster of basic amino acids. A. SRP B. Matrix Stimulating Factor C. RAN-GAP D. alpha-importinDThe following protein would need to be unfolded to enter its organelle. A. A hydrolase B. ATP Synthase C. Histone 2A D. Na Ion ChannelB_______ is a protein not involved in Nuclear Localization. A. RAN-GAP B. RAN C. Importin D. TransamidaseD