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unction keys F1 - Help F2 - Translated help F3 in text components: search for a string in element window , contents window , element browser , registries , tasklist manager : Repeat last search <span>F4 - Open the tasklist manager with the currently used tasklist F5 - Apply warrior layout without making it the default layout F6 - Filter HTML or RTF source (e.g. to remove formatting that makes incremental reading difficult) F7 - Spell-check F8 -







Flashcard 4472240475404

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F5 - Apply warrior layout without making it the default layout
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s: search for a string in element window , contents window , element browser , registries , tasklist manager : Repeat last search F4 - Open the tasklist manager with the currently used tasklist <span>F5 - Apply warrior layout without making it the default layout F6 - Filter HTML or RTF source (e.g. to remove formatting that makes incremental reading difficult) F7 - Spell-check F8 - Display encoding codes of the registry member name F9 - View th







There’s a lot of excitement about Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. Optimists claim that Bitcoin will fundamentally alter payments, economics, and even politics around the world. Pessimists claim Bitcoin is inherently broken and will suffer an inevitable and spectacular collapse.

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spectacular
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mechanism through which Bitcoin achieves decentralization is not purely technical, but it’s a combination of technical methods and clever incentive engineering.

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Flashcard 4473949916428

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Amanda Askell, Miles Brundage, and Gillian Hadfield
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9 best releases and papers from OpenAI in 2019 so far. [Related Article: What Are a Few AI Research Labs on the West Coast?] The Role of Cooperation in Responsible AI Development This paper, by <span>Amanda Askell, Miles Brundage, and Gillian Hadfield, discusses the importance of incentivising companies to create safe AI, rather than allowing them to be fueled by profit and create unsafe products. They consider cooperation and the fa







Two protein classes:

1. Peripheral : Peripheral proteins localize to the membrane surface and may be weakly associated.

2. Integral : Integral proteins span the width of the membrane, penetrating the lipid core.

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Two protein classes:

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2. Integral : Integral proteins span the width of the membrane, penetrating the lipid core.

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Peripheral : Peripheral proteins localize to the membrane surface and may be weakly associated.


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Two protein classes: 1. Peripheral : Peripheral proteins localize to the membrane surface and may be weakly associated. 2. Integral : Integral proteins span the width of the membrane, penetrating the lipid core.

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Two protein classes:

1. Peripheral : Peripheral proteins localize to the membrane surface and may be weakly associated.

2. [...]

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Integral : Integral proteins span the width of the membrane, penetrating the lipid core.


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Two protein classes: 1. Peripheral : Peripheral proteins localize to the membrane surface and may be weakly associated. 2. Integral : Integral proteins span the width of the membrane, penetrating the lipid core.

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GPI-anchored proteins are a subclass of peripheral membrane proteins attached to the cell exterior. They are anchored within the plasma membrane by a glycolipid (i.e., GPI) that is attached during posttranslational modification.

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[...] are a subclass of peripheral membrane proteins attached to the cell exterior. They are anchored within the plasma membrane by a glycolipid (i.e., [...] ) that is attached during posttranslational modification.
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GPI-anchored proteins - (glycolipid == GPI)


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GPI-anchored proteins are a subclass of peripheral membrane proteins attached to the cell exterior. They are anchored within the plasma membrane by a glycolipid (i.e., GPI) that is attached during posttransl

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GPI-anchored proteins are [...]
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a subclass of peripheral membrane proteins attached to the cell exterior. They are anchored within the plasma membrane by a glycolipid (i.e., GPI) that is attached during posttranslational modification.


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GPI-anchored proteins are a subclass of peripheral membrane proteins attached to the cell exterior. They are anchored within the plasma membrane by a glycolipid (i.e., GPI) that is attached during posttranslational modification.

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GPI-anchored proteins are a subclass of peripheral membrane proteins attached to the cell exterior. They are anchored within the plasma membrane by a [what does GPI stand for?] (i.e., GPI) that is attached during posttranslational modification.
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glycolipid


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GPI-anchored proteins are a subclass of peripheral membrane proteins attached to the cell exterior. They are anchored within the plasma membrane by a glycolipid (i.e., GPI) that is attached during posttranslational modification.

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GPI-anchored proteins include surface antigens, cell adhesion molecules, receptors, and hydrolytic enzymes (e.g., acetylcholinesterase and alkaline phosphatase ).

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GPI-anchored proteins include [...], cell adhesion molecules, receptors, and hydrolytic enzymes (e.g., acetylcholinesterase and alkaline phosphatase ).
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surface antigens


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GPI-anchored proteins include surface antigens, cell adhesion molecules, receptors, and hydrolytic enzymes (e.g., acetylcholinesterase and alkaline phosphatase ).

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GPI-anchored proteins include surface antigens, [...], receptors, and hydrolytic enzymes (e.g., acetylcholinesterase and alkaline phosphatase ).
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cell adhesion molecules


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GPI-anchored proteins include surface antigens, cell adhesion molecules, receptors, and hydrolytic enzymes (e.g., acetylcholinesterase and alkaline phosphatase ).

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GPI-anchored proteins include surface antigens, cell adhesion molecules, [...], and hydrolytic enzymes (e.g., acetylcholinesterase and alkaline phosphatase ).
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receptors


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GPI-anchored proteins include surface antigens, cell adhesion molecules, receptors, and hydrolytic enzymes (e.g., acetylcholinesterase and alkaline phosphatase ).

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GPI-anchored proteins include surface antigens, cell adhesion molecules, receptors, and [may give examples as bonus].
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hydrolytic enzymes (bonus - examples:, acetylcholinesterase and alkaline phosphatase )


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GPI-anchored proteins include surface antigens, cell adhesion molecules, receptors, and hydrolytic enzymes (e.g., acetylcholinesterase and alkaline phosphatase ).

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Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria results from mutations in the PIG-A gene. PIG-A is required for GPI anchor synthesis. The defect leaves RBCs susceptible to the actions of complement, resulting in a hemolytic anemia.

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[...] results from mutations in the PIG-A gene. PIG-A is required for GPI anchor synthesis. The defect leaves RBCs susceptible to the actions of complement, resulting in a hemolytic anemia.
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Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria


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Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria results from mutations in the PIG-A gene. PIG-A is required for GPI anchor synthesis. The defect leaves RBCs susceptible to the actions of complement, resulting in a hemolytic anemia. <

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Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria results from mutations in the PIG-A gene. PIG-A is required for [...] synthesis. The defect leaves RBCs susceptible to the actions of complement, resulting in a hemolytic anemia.
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GPI anchor


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Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria results from mutations in the PIG-A gene. PIG-A is required for GPI anchor synthesis. The defect leaves RBCs susceptible to the actions of complement, resulting in a hemolytic anemia.

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