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49.When analyzing a protein that forms an octamer, the addition of heat will disrupt which of thefollowing?a.Weak interactions.b.Disulfide bridges.c.Peptide bonds.d.Covalent bonds.e.Partial double bonds.Heat will disrupt weak noncovalent interactions that hold the subunits of the octamer together.Disulfide bridges, which are a type of covalent bond, can only be broken by reducing agents.
50.Which of the following will affect the migration of a protein on a SDS-PAGE gel?
51.The image below shows the same proteins run on three different gels for the same length of timewith the same current. Which gel contains the highest percentage of acrylamide?

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Karl X. Chai
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