Thomas Biochem # 2 A

Thomas Biochem 2 A - Answers to Handout for Discussion Number 2 Structural Biochemistry 1 Outside they are also stabilized and frequently bond to

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Answers to Handout for Discussion Number 2 Structural Biochemistry: 1. Outside, they are also stabilized and frequently bond to the solvent. 2. Turns and Loops make up 1/3 of residules in globular proteins. 3. Parallel, because they have to go all the way around from one end to connect back with the starting point of the next strand on the beta sheet. 4. Globular proteins are polypeptide chains folded to globular shape. They often contain more than one type of secondary structure. Many enzymes, regulatory proteins, transporters are globular. 5. secondary. They are specific combinations of different alpha helices and beta sheets. 6. Beta-alpha-beta loop 7. Domains are disntinct structural unit of a polypeptide or protein. They look like seperate glubulor parts of a protein linked together and there can be one to many domains in a protein. A domain and a motif can be the same but not always. 8. False, quaternary structures are composed of multi subunits.
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2010 for the course PSYCH PSYCH 179 taught by Professor Koob during the Fall '09 term at UCSD.

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Thomas Biochem 2 A - Answers to Handout for Discussion Number 2 Structural Biochemistry 1 Outside they are also stabilized and frequently bond to

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