What Is The Secondary Structure Of A Protein

  • 12 Jan, 2012

    The secondary protein structure is generated by the manner its amino acids interact through intermolecular bond. These interactions create a spatial conformation of the polypeptide filament. The two most studied secondary conformations of proteins are the alpha helix and the beta-sheet.Protein Structure Review - Image Diversity: protein secondary structure

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