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Apr
21
accepted Why don't protons diffuse out of the mitochondria during chemiosmosis?
Apr
21
comment Why don't protons diffuse out of the mitochondria during chemiosmosis?
Yes absolutely helpful. I'm glad you've come to the same conclusion about mitochondria leaking protons!
Apr
20
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Apr
20
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Apr
20
reviewed Reject Why don't protons diffuse out of the mitochondria during chemiosmosis?
Apr
20
comment Why don't protons diffuse out of the mitochondria during chemiosmosis?
So, what is preventing the protons from diffusing out of the outer membrane?
Apr
20
asked Why don't protons diffuse out of the mitochondria during chemiosmosis?
Apr
12
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Apr
12
accepted Relationship of the DNA of a eukaryotic gene to the 5'-UTR of its mRNA
Apr
7
comment Relationship of the DNA of a eukaryotic gene to the 5'-UTR of its mRNA
@WYSIWYG It seems like there are no hard and fast rules. Thanks for finding that, it pretty much answers my original question.
Apr
7
comment Why are 3 nucleotides used as codons for amino-acid mapping in DNA?
Thank you for posting the theory two part. I've always wondered why CAG trinucleotide repeat in HTT can cause Huntington's, but CAACAG doesn't seem to.
Apr
6
comment Relationship of the DNA of a eukaryotic gene to the 5'-UTR of its mRNA
Well I guess it's just not as simple as I had hoped, but I feel like now I have more questions than I started with. Thank you for such a really thorough answer.
Apr
6
revised Relationship of the DNA of a eukaryotic gene to the 5'-UTR of its mRNA
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Apr
6
comment Relationship of the DNA of a eukaryotic gene to the 5'-UTR of its mRNA
In other words, does transcription start immediately where the promoter ends?
Apr
6
revised Relationship of the DNA of a eukaryotic gene to the 5'-UTR of its mRNA
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Apr
6
comment Relationship of the DNA of a eukaryotic gene to the 5'-UTR of its mRNA
Sorry to push the issue, but I don't feel like you answered my question. This is exactly how the book phrases it as well. Is it everything after the promoter but before the methionine?
Apr
6
asked Relationship of the DNA of a eukaryotic gene to the 5'-UTR of its mRNA
Mar
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Mar
2
comment Does osmosis occur when we have two different substances?
If one solution can permeate and the other can't, would there be any net movement of particles?
Mar
2
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