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Le métier de doctorant.e en SHS


Journée d'études organisée avec le soutien de l'Iris

Enregistré le jeudi 25 septembre 2014, à l'EHESS, Salle du Conseil. 

Comité d'organisation :

  • Gaëlle Chartier,  doctorante, Université Paris 13 / Iris
  • Mona Claro, doctorante, EHESS / Iris et INED
  • Audrey Marcillat, doctorante, EHESS / Iris
  • Simeng Wang, docteure, ENS-EHESS / CMH et ...
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5.3.4 G proteins

A large family of proteins, called G proteins, are regulated by binding of GTP. All known forms of life on Earth use G proteins to regulate protein synthesis and in eukaryotes there are ten families of G proteins which, between them, regulate many functions, from signal transduction to transport processes, cytoskeletal rearrangements and protein synthesis.

Generally, when they are bound to GTP, G proteins are in their active conformations and can bind to and stimulate effector pr
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2.6 Milestones

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3.3 Summary of Section 3

  1. E. coli has a remarkable method of obtaining iron from its environment, which involves the use of very powerful iron chelators, called siderophores.

  2. One siderophore in particular, enterobactin, forms an extremely stable complex with iron(III).

  3. The high stability of this complex is due partly to the rigid, preorganised structure of the ligand, and partly to the iron(III) being the correct size and charge to be chelat
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