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Question 1: An Integral Membrane Protein (IMP) is a protein ________ (or assembly of proteins) that is permanently attached to the biological membrane.
ElectronMoleculeAtomNeutron

Question 2: Such proteins can be separated from the biological membranes only using detergents, ________, or sometimes denaturing agents.
SolventSolvationSolubilitySolution

Question 3: mammalian ________ [7],
CYP3A4Cytochrome P450Aromatase21-Hydroxylase

Question 4: Some types of cell adhesion proteins or cell adhesion molecules (CAMs) such as Integrins, ________, NCAMs, or Selectins.
DesmogleinCD44T-cadherinCadherin

Question 5: IMPs comprise a very significant fraction of the proteins encoded in an organism's ________.
GeneticsGenomicsDNAGenome

Question 6: IMPs include transporters, channels, receptors, ________, structural membrane-anchoring domains, proteins involved in accumulation and transduction of energy, and proteins responsible for cell adhesion.
Cofactor (biochemistry)EnzymeEnzyme inhibitorAdenosine triphosphate

Question 7: prostaglandin H2 syntheses 1 and 2 (________) [1],
21-HydroxylaseSqualene monooxygenaseCyclooxygenaseTryptophan hydroxylase

Question 8: In addition, structures of many water-soluble domains of IMPs are available in the ________.
X-ray crystallographyProtein Data BankProtein structureProtein nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

Question 9: The most common type of IMP is the ________ (TM), which spans the entire biological membrane.
Membrane receptorPeripheral membrane proteinIntegral membrane proteinTransmembrane protein







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