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Protein is a biomolecule consist of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and a small amount of sulfur with a chain of amino acids forming a complex folded and functional structure. Protein performs several crucial functions in the living entity, such as maintenance and growth of body, transcription factor, chemical messenger, immunogenic substance, energy provider.
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