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Lecture 3 slides - where X and Y are often Pro and 4-Hyp 14...

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13 Collagen The most abundant protein in the human body Long polypeptides extremely rich in Glycine, Proline and 4-Hydroxyproline Repetitive sequence of Gly-X-Y,
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