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 The
quaternary
structure
of
a
protein
is
 A.  Determined
by
the
primary
structure
 B.  The
arrangement
of
α‐helices
and
β‐sheets
in
3D
 space
 C.  The
arrangement
of
mul+ple
pep+de
chains
in
3D
 D.  A
and
B
above
 E.  A
and
C
above
 In
an
alpha‐helix,
the
sidechains
are
found
 A.  B.  C.  D.  Poin+ng
inward
 Poin+ng
outward
 Poin+ng
upward
 Poin+ng
downward
 Protein
folding
is
driven
by
 A.  B.  C.  D.  E.  Hydrophobic
collapse
 Disulfide
bond
forma+on
 Ionic
interac+ons
 H‐bonds
 All
of
the
above
 Pyrimidines
have
 A.  B.  C.  D.  One
aroma+c
ring
 Two
aroma+c
r...
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