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In the major groove, the DNA bases are in contact with water, and proteins that regulate gene action can bind there. To replicate a double-stranded molecule, it is first necessary to separate it into two single-strands to serve as templates for new synthesis (Figure 2-5). But DNA is an alpha-helix. If you have ever tried to pull apart the individual strands of a twisted rope, you will realize that separating the twisted strands generates supercoiling of the remaining part. The occurrence of supercoiling and the fact that strands grow at only the 3′ end of the antiparallel single-strand templates means that the replication of DNA has special challenges.

If cartilage formation is retarded, what other body structures might be similarly affected through their cartilage? The nose and the cartilage disks between vertebrae are candidates. It might be hard to tell if a mouse’s nose is shorter than usual. But the vertebral disks can certainly have a noticeable effect on body length. Having normal-sized organs in a shortened abdomen can cramp structures like the ureters, leading to back pressure of urine into the kidneys and eventually to tissue damage.

In the previous section, some examples of regulation at the protein level were described. But we can formalize this idea by introducing the concept of posttranslational modification. Protein structure can be changed after translation in several ways. For example, a few amino acids can be removed from an end of the polypeptide, and that can change the protein’s activity. g. trypsinogen in this case) so they do not damage the cells that make them. They are then activated when they reach their working location.

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