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* NBME 12 question
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  rabelbhimani - 03/25/13 17:42
 
 
In a study of mutations that reduce the activity of a cytoplasmic enzyme, a mutation is found that results in substitution of an alanine residue for the serine residue normally present at position 127 in the enzyme. This mutation is most likely to reduce the activity of the enzyme by preventing which of the following?


Attachment of farnesyl groups
Attachment of N-linked oligosaccharides
Formation of disulfide bond
Phosphorylation of the enzyme
Targeting of the enzyme to the correct cellular location
 
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* Re:NBME 12 question
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  asg30 - 03/25/13 17:54
 
  phosphorylation of enzyme---
serin and threonine kinases cause phosphorylation
 
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