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Protein folding

Introduction: Protein folding

Description of Protein folding

Protein folding: process by which polypeptide chains assume their three-dimensional conformation, either during normal protein biosynthesis or experimental protein reconstitution.
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Protein folding: A rapid biochemical reaction involved in the formation of proteins. It begins even before a protein has been completely synthesized and proceeds through discrete intermediates (primary, secondary, and tertiary structures) before the final structure (quaternary structure) is developed.
Source: MeSH 2007

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