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Targeting signal

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Definition

noun

(molecular biology) Alternative for signal sequence, which is a chain of amino acid residues that helps direct the growing protein to its destination within the cell, e.g. to the endoplasmic reticulum (for secretion) or to the plasma membrane (to become a protein component)


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