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Eukaryotic proteins that exist as a nonmembrane-associated, glycosylated, disulfide-linked dimer in the mature form are generally found in which of the following?

A Cytoplasm

B Extracellular space

C Mitochondrial matrix

D Nuclear matrix

E Nuclear pore




  #2

B...


  #3

can u explain please?


  #4

well it is NON-Membrane assoc...then can not be cytoplasm, cuz in cytoplasm, u ll find processed and modified proteins in cytoplasm that are destinned to get to get incoorporated to memmbrane. These are not, so must be secreted, but then they are also dimers. Hence must be extracellular.





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