The Fundamental Structure of Proteins
The word “protein” comes from the Greek proteios which means “the first”, that is, the most necessary material for the living body. This material came to be called “protein” in German, with its most representative form being white albumin. Proteins have very complicated functions and structures, and are found in all living things. Recently protein studies in biochemistry and biology have developed remarkably.
KeywordsDisulfide Bond Protein Molecule Polypeptide Chain Quaternary Structure Living Body
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