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anonymous

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can anyone help me on my coursework about Enzymes i need someone to explain the key role of primary structure in determining the final 3D shape of the protien emphasized

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  1. blues
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    The primary structure of any protein (enzyme or otherwise) determines the configuration it assumes. The actual folding pathways are quite different for different classes of enzymes. Although the folding problem has not been solved, we have some basic ideas about the energetics involved and I can go into those if you'd like...

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    no thanks, can u answer the other questions i posted please relating to enzymes, i really need help thanks

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    Structure of haemoglobin described in detail including where it shows the four levels of structure?

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