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Definitions associated with Protein Structre
The sequence of amino acid residues.
Stable arrangements of amino acid residues giving rise to recurring structural patterns
All the aspects of three dimensional folding of a polypeptide
WHen a protein has two or more polypeptide subunits , their arrangement in space is referred to as quaternary structure.
Having amino acid sequence variations in the human population.
This procedure labels and removes only the amino-terminal residue from a peptide, leaving all other peptide bonds intact. Is used to sequence a polypeptide up to 50 aa's long.
Is a machine where an Edman degradation is carried out. It mixes the reagents in the proper proportions, separates the products, identifies them and records the results.
Is a procedure used to identify the N-terminal amino acid residue.
Are Enzymes which catalyze the hydrolytic cleavage of peptide bonds.
Entire Protein complement encoded by an organisims DNA.