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Question Guess this cellular protein?

A protein containing 30 amino acid structural motif with four cysteine residues coordinated to a zinc atom. In which of the following is this structural motif most likely to be found?
A) Nucelosome
B) Ribonuclease
C) Ribosome
D) Splicesome
E) Transcription factor
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EE...............zinc finger............transcription factor IMO.
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zinc finger motiff seen in transcriptional factor steroid receptor and PPARs
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E) transcription factor.....but

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E) transcription factor.....but

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I didn't understant the options i think.................Zn fingers are actually DNA binding domain proteins and not transcription factors themselves............
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