By Sareen S. Gropper, Jack L. Smith, Timothy P. Carr
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Important catabolic activities performed by the lysosomes include participation in phagocytosis, in which foreign substances taken up by the cell are digested or rendered harmless. An example of digestion by lysosomes is their action in the proximal tubules of the kidney. Lysosomes of the proximal tubule cells are believed to digest the albumin absorbed by endocytosis from the glomerular filtrate. Lysosomal phagocytosis protects against invading bacteria and is part of the normal repair process following a wound or an infection.
For example, because codons that code for leucine are sequenced CUU, CUC, CUA, or CUG, the only tRNAs to which an activated leucine can be attached would need to have the anticodon sequence GAA, GAG, GAU, or GAC. The tRNAs then bring the amino acids to the mRNA situated at the protein synthesis site on the ribosomes. 8). Elongation extends the polypeptide chain of the protein product by translation. Each incoming amino acid is connected to the end of the growing peptide chain with the free carboxyl group (C-terminal end) by formation of further peptide bonds.
These clusters, called microtubule organization centers (MTOCs), begin polymerizing and organizing the microtubules during mitosis. A review of MTOC activity has been published [4,5]. The matrix held within the nuclear envelope contains molecules of DNA that encode the cell’s genetic information Cell signaling Cell signaling communicates the need to synthesize a protein to the nucleus. Cell membrane Cytoplasm ❶ Cytoplasm ❷ Cell membrane ❸ Transcription Transcription of a gene in the nucleus results in the synthesis of a strand of mRNA.
Advanced Nutrition and Human Metabolism by Sareen S. Gropper, Jack L. Smith, Timothy P. Carr