Essential Cell Biology Third Edition

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Essential Cell Biology



Third Edition

Chapter 4 Protein Structure and Function

Copyright © Garland Science 2010

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Many  venoms  and  toxins  are  proteins  or  pep1des.   e.g.  Ricin   Ricin  enters  the  cytosol  and  cataly:cally  inac:vates  ribosomal  RNA.  

LD50    for  humans  is  ~2  mg  

Proteins  can  form  highly  ordered  nanostructures   e.g.  Sinbis  virus  (an  alpha  virus)  

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