Difference between revisions of "Protein"

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A protein is a chain of amino acids, folded into a certain shape. Proteins can take many forms and perform certain functions within a living being.
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A '''protein''' is a chain of amino acids, folded into a certain shape. Proteins can take many forms and perform certain functions within a living being.
  
 
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Revision as of 08:21, 6 April 2007

A protein is a chain of amino acids, folded into a certain shape. Proteins can take many forms and perform certain functions within a living being.

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