Overview of Globular Proteins

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Chapter: Biochemistry : Globular Proteins

By arranging these fundamental structural elements in different combinations, widely diverse proteins can be constructed that are capable of various specialized functions.


Globular Proteins

OVERVIEW

The previous chapter described the types of secondary and tertiary structures that are the bricks and mortar of protein architecture. By arranging these fundamental structural elements in different combinations, widely diverse proteins can be constructed that are capable of various specialized functions. This chapter examines the relationship between structure and function for the clinically important globular hemeproteins. Fibrous structural proteins are discussed in Chapter 4.

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