Where do protein complexes get their quarternary structure?

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Where do protein complexes get their quarternary structure?

Post by polymerator » Mon Jun 29, 2015 1:05 pm

1) When they're synthesized by cytosolic ribosomes?

2) When they're synthesized by ER bound ribosomes?

So in (2), will the holoprotein travel through the Golgi for further modifications or will the individual subunits (or complexes of a few subunits) travel through it and then finally be brought together... where?

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Re: Where do protein complexes get their quarternary structu

Post by venus666 » Mon Oct 19, 2015 2:31 am

protein can have the hydrolysis reaction.The hydrolysis reaction will happen through the stimulation of acid, alkali or enzyme
and finally it become several kinds of amino acids. It is advised to find the breaking point of tissues when the protein is under the hydrolysis.
Resource:http://antigensandantibody.blogspot.hk/2015/10/the-basic-substance-of-human-body.html
It might be helpful for you. :)

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Re: Where do protein complexes get their quarternary structu

Post by claudepa » Tue Nov 03, 2015 4:49 pm

I do not know the general answer. However for transcription factors which are active through their quaternary structure this quaternary structure can only be obtained when activation by signal transmission pathways is realized. I therefore assume that monomers are already synthetized and that their later activation will allow the quaternary structure to be formed.

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