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Zif268, also known as Egr1(Early Growth Response Protein 1) is a transcription factor. It can be found in the nucleus of the cell where it regulates transcription of genes required for cell differentiation and mitogenesis. Zif268 is composed of 543 … Continue reading
This protein is a transcription factor commonly found in eukaryotic cells. The thing that caught my attention with this structure was the three subunits that have configurations known as “zinc fingers”. I plan to use this for my final product … Continue reading
This is a view of the 20S proteasome, a multienzymatic protein comples used to degrade damaged proteins. I liked this view because it is looking directly through the center of the barrel-shape of the protein.