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Protein Structure

BIology Based

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Three Levels Primary, Secondary, teritiary
Quaternary Structure arises when two or more polypeptides join forming proteins.
Primary Sructure sequence of amino acids
Secondary structure regular pattern of twists/kinks of polypeptide chain, regularity because of hydrogen bonds forming between atoms of amino acid backbones of chain
Two most common types of secondary structure Alpha Helix (coils) and B pleated sheet (folds)
Tertiary Structure helices and sheets of secondary structure fold upon thmselves
Collagen Quaternary, fibrous protein of three polypeptides
Hemoglobin Quaternary, fibrous protein of four polypeptides
Created by: OWilly29