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Ribonucleoprotein: Quiz

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Question 1: ________ residues in the helical portion of RNA-binding proteins help to stabilize interactions with nucleic acids.
TramadolLysineTryptophanAmitriptyline

Question 2: ________ amino acid residues in this motif result in stacking interactions with RNA.
Conjugated systemChemical bondAromaticityCovalent bond

Question 3: The viral ________ is transcribed into mRNAs by the RNA polymerase attached to the RNPs.
RNASmall interfering RNANon-coding RNADNA

Question 4: RNPs play an important role in ________ replication.
Influenzavirus CInfluenza A virusInfluenzavirus BAvian influenza

Question 5: A few examples are known like the ribosome, the enzyme telomerase and small nuclear RNPs (snRNPs) which are implicated in pre-mRNA splicing and are among the main components of the ________.
Cell nucleusEndomembrane systemNucleolusCell (biology)

Question 6: Ribonucleoprotein (RNP) is a nucleoprotein that contains ________, i.e.
Non-coding RNARNADNASmall interfering RNA

Question 7: This nucleic acid binding is strengthened by ________ attraction between the positive lysine side chains and the negative nucleic acid phosphate backbones.
ElectrostaticsMaxwell's equationsLorentz forceElectric charge

Question 8: it is an association that combines ribonucleic acid and ________ together.
ProteinMyosinMetabolismActin







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