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39. Although all protein structures are unique, there are common structural building blocks that are referred
to as regular secondary structures. Some proteins have at helices, some have [3 sheets, and still others
have a combination of both. What makes it possible for proteins to have these common structural
elements? (a) specific amino acid sequences (b) side-chain interactions (c) the hydrophobic-core interactions (d) hydrogen bonds along the protein backbone

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