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Primary structure of a proteins is the sequence of amino acids connected by peptide bonds. Along the backbone of the proteins is a chain of alternating peptide bonds and a-carbons, and the amino acid side chains are connected to these
a-carbons.
What is this structure?
a-Helix: A single protein chain coiled in a spiral with a right-handed (clockwise) twist
What is this structure
a-Helix: A single protein chain coiled in a spiral with a right-handed (clockwise) twist
What is this structure
a-Helix: A single protein chain coiled in a spiral with a right-handed (clockwise) twist
What is this ?