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Biomolecule_2 - -Amino Acids (Nature) Biomolecules 1...

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Biomolecules 1 α - Amino Acids (Nature)
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Biomolecules 2
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Biomolecules 3
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Biomolecules 4 Peptide
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Biomolecules 5 Polypeptide
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Biomolecules 6 pKa (Equilibrium Constant)
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Biomolecules 7 pI (Isoelectric point)
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Biomolecules 8
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Biomolecules 9 Protein Structure
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Biomolecules 10 Primary Structure An example of a protein primary structure: yeast hexokinase from the yeast species Saccharomyces cerevisiae (PDB reference number 1HKG)
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Biomolecules 11 Secondary Structure: α -helix
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Biomolecules 12 Secondary Structure: β -sheet
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Biomolecules 13 Secondary Structure: Turns
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Biomolecules 14 Tertiary Structure
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Biomolecules
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This note was uploaded on 08/05/2008 for the course CHE 161 taught by Professor Chou during the Spring '08 term at Waterloo.

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Biomolecule_2 - -Amino Acids (Nature) Biomolecules 1...

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