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Proteins are organic compounds made of amino acids arranged in a linear chain. The amino acids in a polymer chain are joined together by the peptide bonds between the carboxyl and amino groups of adjacent amino acid residues....
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protein n. Any of a group of complex organic macromolecules that contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and usually sulfur and are composed of
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proteins The term protein' is derived from the Greek word proteious , meaning of ... Proteins are indeed of the first rank' of importance in all living creatures. ...
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Proteins, from the Greek proteios, meaning first, are a class of organic ... Proteins are generally regarded as beneficial, ... Continue to Peptides & Proteins ...
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You've probably heard that proteins are important nutrients that help ... Proteins are worker molecules that are necessary for virtually ... Proteins. Got ...
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Some proteins function as separate entities while others associate together to ... 1 The structure of proteins. 1.1 Components and synthesis ...
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Motion and locomotion of cells and organisms depends on contractile proteins. ... Translation: How proteins are synthesized using the genetic code. ...
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Proteins are essential to the structure and function of all ... It is very common for proteins to work together to achieve a particular function, ...
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Proteins are the most important biological compounds needed for life and are ... Enzymes are proteins that catalyze the body's chemical reactions. ...
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Proteins are organic compounds that contain nitrogen in addition to carbon, ... Though proteins themselves do not mutate, a mutation in the genetic material of ...
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G proteins are so called because they function as "molecular switches, ... G proteins were discovered when Alfred G. Gilman and Martin Rodbell investigated ...
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All amino acids found in proteins encoded by the genome have the L-configuration ... Amino acids in proteins(or polypeptides) are joined together by peptide bonds. ...
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... the human body contains thousands of different proteins, the most abundant and diverse class of ... Most proteins are biological macromolecules that range ...
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Proteins are formed by joining the -CO2H end of one amino acid ... forms the backbone of both proteins and synthetic fibers such as Nylon. ... of Proteins ...
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... come to proteins, which are also polymeric. The subunits which make-up Proteins are Amino ... Proteins function as enzymes or as structural units in cells. ...
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Different proteins are made using different sequences of amino acids. ... Genes describe how to make proteins by putting the correct amino acids into a ...
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Biology 255 descriptions of proteins and their properties ... fibrous structure - architectural proteins of cartilage & connective tissue ...
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Twenty different types of amino acids occur naturally in proteins. Proteins differ from each other according to the type, number and sequence of ...
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Proteins are very important molecules in cells. They have many diverse functions and all are typically constructed from one set of 20 amino acids.
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A brief explanation of what proteins are, their composition and the many roles they play in cellular processes. ... Proteins are cellular macromolecules made ...
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