Molecular biology Proteins

Can you name the Molecular biology Proteins

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Recognises and binds TATA box
Aggregates in Huntington's Disease
Most abundant protein in the body
Main enzyme that is mutated in phenylketonuria
Following DNA damage induces cell cycle arrest, DNA repair or apoptosis
Produces RNA from ssDNA sequence
Speeds up or slows down transcription rate by binding to DNA upstream of gene
Extends telomere length in embryonic development, stem cells and cancer
Stabalizes exposed ssDNA
Required for transcription, DNA binding domain and activator domain
Overexpressed in 30% of all breast cancers
Tags proteins for destruction
This neuronal protein is mis-folded in CreuzfeldJacob Disease
Most common DNA polymerase for PCR
Pull exons together splicing out introns
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Adds nucleotides to the 3'OH end of DNA
Aids in protein folding
Joins Okazaki Fragments
Reversibly binds oxygen for transport
Relieves strain ahead of replication fork
Mutation can lead to red hair and fair skin
Adds a RNA primer to ssDNA
Degrades proteins
Binds to the Nuclear Localisation Signal and transports protein into nucleus
Enzyme mutated in alcaptonuria
Unwinds DNA
Binds to transcription factor E2F inhibiting cell cycle progression
Competitively inhibited by Glyphosate
Mutation in this enzyme results in albinism

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