MCQ on Leucine Zipper (Structure and Functions)




A leucine zipper is a structural motif in proteins involved in DNA binding and protein-protein interactions. It consists of repeated leucine residues at regular intervals, forming an alpha helix that can dimerize with a similar helix, often seen in transcription factors regulating gene expression. This is an MCQ on Leucine Zipper Structure and Functions.

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1. 
A Leucine Zipper is a structural motif commonly found in:

2. 
Leucine Zipper motifs are characterized by the presence of:

3. 
Leucine Zipper motifs are often involved in:

4. 
The leucine residues in a Leucine Zipper motif are typically spaced how many amino acids apart?

5. 
Leucine Zipper motifs are known for their role in forming:

6. 
Which of the following describes the interactions between leucine residues in a Leucine Zipper?

7. 
The formation of coiled-coil structures in Leucine Zipper motifs is a result of:

8. 
In a Leucine Zipper, the leucine residues interact with leucine residues from:

9. 
Leucine Zipper motifs are often associated with transcription factors, which are involved in:

10. 
The specificity of Leucine Zipper interactions is determined by the:

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