protein the protein has a quaternary structure Each with its own tertiary

Protein the protein has a quaternary structure each

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protein, the protein has a quaternary structure Each with its own tertiary structure combine to form a functional protein Protein denaturation Fibrous proteins (extended and strand like) are stable, globular proteins (compact, spherical proteins that have at least tertiary structure) are the opposite Causing proteins to unfold and lose their specific 3D shape o Temp & pH Enzymes Biological catalysts Regulate and accelerate the rate of biochemical reactions but are not used up or changed in those reactions Active site : where catalytic activity occurs Substrate : substance on which an enzyme acts Enzyme substrate complex Peptide bond
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