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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Reception In reception, the salmonella contaminated ligand Type III (SopB) binds to the protein kinase receptor. After they have been bound this activates other proteins: SopE and SptP, along with SopB. These are the amino acids that soon send signals that begin the stage of Transduction Transduction your artboard start from scratch[clears the canvas] Response What is Salmonella? Salmonella is the bacteria that causes the disease Salmonellosis, which is food poisoning. There are many different types of Salmonella bacteria that exist. The most common people to get the disease are children, older adults, and people with lacking immune systems. Salmonella: Inter- bacterial communication Ways you can get contaminated * eating food that was contaminated while being processed*eating food that was made by someone who did not wash their hands after using the bathroom* not washing your hands after coming in contact with animal feces*not washing hands after handling animals such as turtles and ducklings *meats, eggs, and milk are most commonly infected with salmonella ERK, JNK, and P38 are activated nuclear responses and actin cytoskeletal rearrangements double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Reception, transduction, and response photos: The step of transduction can vary is many ways depending on what types of cells are being affected. With sopB, the enzyme attaches itself to a GDP or GTP, and begins amplifying. SopB moves through a chain of multiple chemicals within the cell such as; PAK, MEKK, MKK, P38, AND JNK.
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