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Stuff about proteins

What makes up protein? Amino Acids
What makes up the "backbone" of an amino acid? A carboxylic acid group, an amine group, a hydrogen and the side chain.
What makes amino acids different? The R side chain.
When do we see a peptide bond? Two amino acids bond together
What does a peptide chain mean? Amino acids bond together over and over again.
What is an amino acid residue? Amino acids that are incorporated into the peptide chain.
Primary structure of a protein is The sequence of amino acids.
Secondary structure is The shape of the polypeptide chain.
Types of secondary structure a-helix and b-strand
Tertiary structure is The overall three-dimensional arrangement of the protein.
Quaternary structure is The orientation of different polypeptide chains with respect to each other.
Created by: kibbylj