Any way to inhibit LIGMA promoter?


closed as off-topic by theforestecologist, David, James, kmm, rg255 Feb 12 at 23:24

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  • $\begingroup$ Thanks for the downvotes guys. Really helps when trying to study for an exam $\endgroup$ – Not Kaleb Feb 10 at 22:11
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    $\begingroup$ Take a look at the homework question policy for this site. In brief, simply answering homework questions for you isn't really useful for you, or for the site. It works better for everyone if you put some effort into answering the question yourself and then ask questions that provide clarification. $\endgroup$ – Charles E. Grant Feb 10 at 22:31
  • $\begingroup$ This isn’t homework, but a question from an online pool of questions I have been using to practice. However, I can’t decide on an answer so I decided to come here. I do appreciate the concern, though. $\endgroup$ – Not Kaleb Feb 10 at 22:36
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    $\begingroup$ @Kaleb. As a college professor, I'm going to give you some advice. 1. If you have a question, don't ask others to answer it, but try to answer it yourself - that process (though difficult & time consuming) will ultimately help you better learn. 2. If you still can't figure something out, go ask your teacher. 3. Re: your question: consider each one of these combos individually -- look up the words & get to know what each is and how it works. Simply "filling in the blank" is not going to help you answer the question or know the material. Time to buck up & put more effort into your studies. $\endgroup$ – theforestecologist Feb 10 at 23:04
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    $\begingroup$ @Kaleb your post most certainly falls under our (admittedly too narrowly-named) definition for "homework" questions -- you can read the policy from Cahrles's link above. As such, your question will be closed without further edits. On a more general note: this site does not exist to help you pass exams -- that's your job. We are here to help you learn biological material that you've already indicated you tried to figure out on your own. $\endgroup$ – theforestecologist Feb 10 at 23:08