Stimulatory Proteins Are Encoded By

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Amar K. answered • 09/13/19 Tutor

Masters in Biomedical sciences w/ 2+ years experience

All proteins(inhibitory or otherwise) are encoded by DNA. The information in DNA is transfered to RNA in a process called transcription. Then that RNA is used as a the blueprint to make proteins by translation.

Once created, proteins are modified and shipped to fulfil their destiny, in this case to become an inhibitory protein.


What are stimulating proteins are encoded by?

Stimulatory proteins are encoded by. proto-oncogenes. Stimulatory examples include: CDK’s.

What type of genes encode for stimulating proteins?

Introduction to Proto-oncogenes

Mutations in proto-oncogenes are typically dominant in nature, and the mutated version of a proto-oncogene is called an oncogene. Often, proto-oncogenes encode proteins that function to stimulate cell division, inhibit cell differentiation, and halt cell death.

What type of protein is encoded by proto-oncogenes?

Proto-oncogenes encode intracellular regulatory proteins (e.g., protein kinases), growth factors, and growth factor receptors that occupy specific intracellular and cellular membrane sites. All these are important for cell growth and differentiation.

What are cell cycle regulators stimulating proteins are encoded by?

Cell cycle regulators are proteins that control the progression through the cell cycle. They can inhibit progression and stimulate it. Stimulating proteins are encoded by proto-oncogenes.

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