Question: Question 5 12 Pts Select Which Protein Is Most Likely To Be Affected For Each Defect Described, A Cargo Molecules Attach To Receptors And Accumulate Where A Vesicle Should Bud But Never Does Because The Coat Proteins Are Unable To Attach Select [ Select Is Able To Initially Dock With Its Target Membrane, But Is Never Able To Undergo Membrane Fusion …

Question: Question 5 12 Pts Select Which Protein Is Most Likely To Be Affected For Each Defect Described, A Cargo Molecules Attach To Receptors And Accumulate Where A Vesicle Should Bud But Never Does Because The Coat Proteins Are Unable To Attach Select [ Select Is Able To Initially Dock With Its Target Membrane, But Is Never Able To Undergo Membrane Fusion …

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Question 5 12 pts Select which protein is most likely to be affected for each defect described. A. Cargo molecules attach to
[ Select B. A vesicle forms just fine, and is able to initially dock with its target membrane, but is never able to undergo m
D. A protein that contains an ER signal sequence remains in the cytosol [ Select ] [ Select ] Rab Ran Dynamin Clathrin V-snar

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