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The unionized amino acid molecule actually exist in a solution in a percent of 50%
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Alanine is an amino acids with aliphatic side chain


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glucogenic amino acids are those amino acids which produce glucose upon their metabolism for example: Leu and lys
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The polypeptide chain has a free -amino group and a free -carboxyl group
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The overall shape of a protein is determined by its primary structure only along with interactions between the side chains

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Haemoglobin is tetrameric protein which is composed of four subunits 2 and 2


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The native conformation of a protein is the thermodynamically favoured conformation


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Protein denaturation results in the unfolding and disorganization of the proteins structure with hydrolysing the peptide bonds
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In Alzheimers disease patients, levels of -amyloid become decreased, and this protein undergoes a conformational transformation from a soluble helixrich state to a state rich in sheet and prone to selfaggregation
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Ornithine, citrulline and the neurotransmitter aminobutyric acid (GABA) are examples of amino acids which are used for protein synthesis.
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Some proteins like ribonuclease, can be denatured completely by heat or the addition of denaturants.
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All amino acids have a chiral nature, influencing the reactions that the compound will undergo.
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The isoelectric point, is the pH at which the number of positive charges on the molecule is the same as the number of negative charges.
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Non essential amino acids are amino acids that must be provided in the diet to meet an animal's metabolic needs.
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Ketogenic amino acids are amino acids which produce ketone bodies upon their metabolism
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The peptide bond is an ionic bond between the -amino group of one amino acid and the -carboxyl group of another.
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There are two general categories of proteins:fibrous proteins and globular proteins
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Primary structure in a protein refers to the regular folding of regions of the polypeptide chain.
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Protein disulfide isomerases catalyze disulfide interchange reactions,by facilitating the changing of the disulfide bonds in a protein until they achieve their correct pairing
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