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  • Cell Bio Question?

    I don't understand which one is correct. Please provide an explanation to the answer. The question is:

    It is often possible to predict the number of times a membrane protein crosses the membrane by determining how many short sequences of hydrophobic amino acids are present in the amino acid sequence of the protein. Choose the correct explanation.

    a. Sequences of hydrophilic amino acids are the segments of the protein that span the membrane.

    b. Sequences of hydrophilic amino acids are the segments of the protein that dissolve in the membrane.

    c. Sequences of hydrophobic amino acids are the segments of the protein that dissolve in the membrane.

    d. Sequences of hydrophobic amino acids are the segments of the protein that span the membrane.

    1 AnswerBiology11 months ago