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Which of the following abdominal muscles is not a part of the anterior abdominal wall?

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Problem 17

Which of the following abdominal muscles is not a part of the anterior abdominal wall? a. quadratus lumborum b. rectus abdominis c. interior oblique d. exterior oblique

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Cell Bio Gene Expression and Its control (II)  Comparison of the steps leading from gene to protein in eukaryotes and bacteria o Fig 6-20  5' capping, Polly A tail and splicing  Comparison of mRNA molecules o Fig 6-21 o We only make one pre=toe in per transcript and prokaryotes make a few o Our capping is different we have none coding sequence and poly A tail o Capping  Linkage is 5' to 5' in eukaryotes  Residue is methylated o Protect the end from exonuclease- provides a checking system for the cell- what MRNAs are reading for translation Transcription elongation in Eukaryotes  Coupled to RNA processing  Fig 6-22  Poll II carries RNA processing proteins on its tail that are transferred to the nascent RNA at the appropriate times  The CTD contains 52 tandem repeats of a 7-aa seq, with 2 Ser in each repeat  The capping proteins first bind to RNA poly tail when Ser5 is phosphorylated  Only the fully dephosphorylated form of pol II is competent to begin RNA synthesis at a promoter RNA capping  Phosphatase o Removes  Guanyl transferase  Add GMP in a 5' 5' reverse linkage  Methyl transferase  N: is usually a purine (A or G)  Fig 6-23 Splicing  Fig 6-24  One gene can give rise to several different combinations of proteins  Evolution: novel proteins can arise  Where do you splice

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Textbook: Anatomy & Physiology
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Author: Kelly A. Young, James A. Wise, Peter DeSaix, Dean H. Kruse, & 6 more
ISBN: 9781938168130

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