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PostSubject: Protein Stucture and Function   Protein Stucture and Function Icon_minitimeWed Sep 22, 2010 12:26 pm

Proteins are extemely important molecules in living organisms which have a wide range of important functions. Your forum task is too investigate the structure and function of one protein.

1) Re-read the textbook section on proteins for back ground information

2) Watch the video below for further examples of possible structures

3) Research on the internet and find one example of a protein which is important in living organisms. You must attach a picture and also write a summary of at least 150 words about the structure and function of the protein.

IMPORTANT: You must not choose any protein from the textbook. You must not choose any protein already selected by a classmate and included in the forum.

DUE DATE: You must post your forum by the start of your second class during Week 29 (11/10/10)

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