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Proteins are polymers formed from???
Question asked by: mikezbaby

Asked on: 29 May 2008

Proteins are formed from amino acids that are grouped together into long, long chains - there are a relatively small number of amino acids however infinite combinations and distinctive shapes when they fold up are also important in the function and properties manifested by the proteins.
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Replied at: 21 Aug 2008
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