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Quaternary Structure and Summary – Peptides

by Kevin Ahern, PhD
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    The lecture Quaternary Structure and Summary – Peptides by Kevin Ahern, PhD is from the course Biochemistry: Basics.


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    1. Primary
    2. Secondary
    3. Tertiary
    4. Quaternary
    1. Lipid bilayer
    2. Surface of cell
    3. Amino terminus
    4. Carboxyl terminus
    1. Myoglobin is composed of two alpha and two beta chains of hemoglobin
    2. The quaternary structure of a protein consists of an aggregation of two or more polypeptide chains
    3. In the quaternary structure, the main interactions between different polypeptide chains are disulfide bond, ionic bonds, metallic bonds, hydrogen bonds and hydrophobic interactions
    4. In the quaternary structure of a protein, the individual polypeptide units act as a single functional supermolecule
    5. The hemoglobin is a heterotetrameric protein composed of two alpha and two beta chains of hemoglobin

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    By Badr L. on 11. September 2018 for Quaternary Structure and Summary – Peptides

    thanks for teaching me in such a clear, precise, and yet enriching way