What binds with and releases chemicals that activate B cell and T cell and and macrophages?
Helper T cell
The Ca2 that binds to troponin to activate muscle contraction comes from the storage sites located in the what?
We mostly talk about agonists and antagonists with regards to cellular receptors. An agonist binds to a receptor and activates it, an antagonist binds to the receptor, but DOES NOT activate it, and prevents it from being activated.
Haemoglobin binds to H+ ions when they are in high concentration and releases them when they are in low concentration :)
When one cell releases a chemical message and it travels and binds to the receptor of another cell is an example of what?
it is called inflation
When a membrane protein binds to a molecule on one side of the cell membrane and then releases it on the other side?
That is an example of active transport.
There are several theories as to what chemicals are responsible for the relaxing effect sometimes felt during exercise. Neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine may play a role, as may anandamide (which binds to cannabinoid receptors) and endorphins (which binds to opioid receptors).
Depending upon its design it will either activate or shut-down the DNA that it binds to.
What type of transport occurs when a membrane protein binds to a molecule on one side of the cell membrane then releases it on the other side?
Which type of transport occurs when a membrane protein binds to a molecule on one side of the cell membrane and then releases it to the other side?
well daa its facilitated diffusion :] -Aime-
Which of the two chemicals would make the best muscle relaxant to relax muscles during major surgery?
chemical A binds with and blocks ACh receptors on muscle cells.
Red cells, also called Erythrocytes. Red cells are filled with the chemical hemoglobin, which binds to oxygen molecules in the lungs and releases the oxygen in capillaries throughout the body.
cytosine binds with guanine and adenine binds with thymine
ABS, also known as acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, does release fumes if it is overheated or burned. They are made up primarily of carbon monoxide and hydrogen cyanide. Both chemicals are very toxic. So, if you are heating ABS for a 3D printer, make sure that you have ample ventilation, and reduce your inhalation of those fumes, as they have cumulative effects when inhaled over a short period of time. Carbon monoxide irreversibly binds with hemoglobin… Read More
In DNA replication, adenine binds with thymine. In RNA, adenine binds with uracil.
When RNA binds to DNA, A binds to U, T binds to A, C binds to G and G binds to C. Therefore the complementary RNA for the DNA sequence CCG-TAC is GGC-AUG.
guanine binds with cytosine in both RNA and DNA
During Translation, tRNA binds to the mRNA and translates it into proteins. A ribosome reads the sequence on an mRNA strand and brings a tRNA molecule together with it which then bonds to this mRNA strand and releases the amino acid attached.
In DNA - adenine (A) binds to thymine (T) and cytosine (C) binds to guanine (G). In RNA - A binds to U and C binds to G.
It binds to origin of replication.
Answer this questWhen the motor neuron releases acetylcholine into the neuromuscular junction, the acetylcholine binds to receptors in the muscle fiber that allows positively charged ions to enter the muscle fiber, which results in the muscle fiber contracting.
Since oxygen transport requires healthy lungs, the answer would be "Yes." Smoking releases carbon monoxide that has an affinity some 500 times greater than oxygen's for hemoglobin. This binds up the hemoglobin and prevents oxygen transport.
Calcium binds troponin.
It binds to a part of the tRNA which binds to methionine.
Acetylcholine is released at the neuromuscular junction and binds to a nicotinic receptor, causing an action potential to fire down the T tubules. The voltage change from this is sensed by the Sarcoplasmic Reticulum which then releases Ca2+ ions into the cytosol. The Ca2+ ions bind to troponin which moves tropomyosin from the active sites of the actin filament. Once the active sites are revealed, myosin quickly forms a cross bridge and begins contraction.
When pairing DNA to DNA - A binds to T and C binds to G. However, in RNA, the T is replaced with U. Therefore when DNA pairs with mRNA - A binds to U, C binds to G and T binds to A.
The active site is where the substrate binds.
Haemoglobin is a globular protein. A single haemoglobin protein contains 4 heme pigments which contain positively-charged iron (Fe2+) which is what binds reversibly with oxygen (O2-). When the O2 reaches the tissue cells where it needed, the Fe2+ releases the O2.
Etymologically religion binds people to stay in a group- a herd instinct;then refinements follow religion binds you to your family. it binds you to your faith it binds you to ideologies. all acts of devotion---examples
In DNA, Adenine (A) always binds to Thymine (T) and Cytosine (C) always binds to Guanine (G). In RNA, C still binds to G, but A binds to Uracil (U) instead of T.
GGAUGCACU C binds to G and A binds to U.
A binds with T and C binds with G
The halogen that binds quickly with calcium is fluoride
Cytosine always binds with guanine
Active sites on the Actin become available for binding when a actine binds to troponin b troponin binds to tropomyosin calcium binds to troponin d calcium binds to tropomyosin?
C: Calcium binds to troponin. The troponin is a filament in the actin strand, and the active site needs to be uncovered so that the myosin head can bond and therefore pull the muscle to contract it.
glycosidic linkage is the process to binds on monosaccharides to another.
a substrate binds with an enzyme on its active site
Epitope, it is the part of the antigen that is recognized and binds by the antibodies.
The substrate binds to the enzyme at the active site.
collagen binds skin cells together.
Blood cells contain hemoglobin (a protein with iron in it) that binds to oxygen such that it releases the oxygen as pH decreases. This is a good thing as active tissue release C02 which increases the free H+ thus effectively moving oxygen from the lungs to the active tissue.
All cells need to expel waste. Red blood cells are known for taking in oxygen and distributing it throughout the body. That only happens because red blood cells have hemoglobin inside, which oxygen binds to, and the hemoglobin releases it at appropriate times.
Explain to what extent an advertisement binds the advertiser to the terms of the advertisement
Guanine which binds with Cytosine, and Adenine which binds with Thymine.
oxygen binds with hemoglobin in the lungs and forms oxyhemoglobin.
When this is taken up by the cell it binds to the repressor so that the repressor no longer binds to the operator?
Hemoglobin binds with oxygen molecules. Hemoglobin is a protein molecule.
Adensine binds with Thymine and Cytosine binds with Guanine
The DNA strand ATG-AAC-GTA would create the complementary RNA strand UAC-UUG-CAU. A binds to U, T binds to A, C binds to G and G binds to C.
In the cytoplasm, rRNA binds to the "start" codon of a mRNA molecule. Next, a tRNA molecule with the complimentary anticodon binds to the mRNA start codon and releases an amino acid. As the mRNA moves through the rRNA, new tRNA's come along and bind to the mRNA, adding a new amino acid each time. Eventually a "stop" codon is reached, and the rRNA, mRNA, and tRNA break apart, releasing a long chain of amino… Read More
DNA does not contain uracil. RNA does!! DNA contains guanine binds with Thymine in DNA RNA contains guanine that binds with uracil DNA does not contain uracil. RNA does!! DNA contains guanine binds with Thymine in DNA RNA contains guanine that binds with uracil