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How many amino acids does the plakoglobin has?

(a) 735

(b) 740

(c) 745

(d) 750

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Right choice is (c) 745

To explain I would say: The plakoglobin otherwise known as gamma catenin is a protein component of both adherens junction and desmosomes. These are about 81.7 KDa and has around 745 amino acids.

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