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The hormone mRNA is transferred to the cytoplasm and translated on the ribosomes to the first protein pro- duct, a preprohormone
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ingle gene is responsible for directing the primary structure of each peptide hormone. (Because the genes for almost all peptide hormones have been cloned, recombinant DNA technology makes it possible to synthesize human peptide hormones.) 2. <span>The hormone mRNA is transferred to the cytoplasm and translated on the ribosomes to the first protein pro- duct, a preprohormone. Translation of the mRNA begins with a signal peptide at the N terminus. Translation ceases, and the signal peptide attaches to receptors on the endoplasmic reticulum via “docking prote

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  • owner: Sirre - (no access) - Constanzo - Physiology.pdf, p390
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