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G Protein Coupled Receptors – Structure, Functions, and Mechanism

G Protein Coupled Receptors - Structure, Functions, and Mechanism

What are G Protein Coupled Receptors? Structure of G Protein Coupled Receptors Classification of G Protein Coupled Receptors The G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) superfamily encompasses a vast array of receptors, with at least 831 human genes, approximately 4% of the protein-coding genome, predicted to code for GPCRs. Despite the lack of detectable shared sequence homology … Read more

Four Types of Protein Structure With Diagram – Primary, Secondary, Tertiary and Quaternary

Four Types of Protein Structure

Proteins, as complex biological molecules, play an essential role in the myriad of processes in living organisms. Consisting of amino acids, proteins can be envisioned as polypeptide structures formed through long chains of these amino acid residues. Therefore, it’s not surprising that they are one of the most abundant organic molecules present in living beings. … Read more

Protein Synthesis Inhibitors – Definition, Mechanism, Examples

Inhibitors of Protein Synthesis (Translation)

What are Protein Synthesis Inhibitors? Types of Protein synthesis inhibitors On the basis of target organisms inhibitor of protein synthesis is categories as follows- 1. Acting only on prokaryotes 2. Acting on prokaryotes and Eukaryotes 3. Acting only on Eukaryotes Mechanism of Protein synthesis inhibitors Protein synthesis, a core biological process, occurs at the ribosomal … Read more

Proteins – Structure, Properties, Type, Denaturation, Functions

Proteins Definition, Properties, Structure, Classification, Functions

Proteins are the largest macromolecules in biology, found throughout every cell. They are also the most adaptable organic molecule in living system and is found in a many various kinds that range in size from small polymers to huge peptides. Proteins are polymers composed of amino acids, which are connected by peptide bonds. Proteins, the protein building blocks are the naturally occurring twenty amino acids. Proteins are, therefore, the multimers made up of amino acids.

Classification of Protein On the Basis of Structure, Composition, Functions

Classification of Protein

What is Protein? Classification of protein On the Basis of Structure 1. Fibrous protein Fibrous proteins are a distinct category of proteins characterized by their elongated or fiber-like structure. These proteins are primarily found in animals and play specific roles in structural support. Therefore, understanding their nature, structure, and function is essential for a comprehensive … Read more

Glycoprotein – Definition, Structure, Functions, Examples

Glycoprotein - Definition, Structure, Functions, Examples

What is Glycoprotein? Definition of Glycoprotein A glycoprotein is a complex molecule composed of a protein covalently bonded to one or more carbohydrate chains, playing diverse roles in biological processes and cell-to-cell interactions. Glycoprotein Structure Methods used to study glycoproteins Glycoproteins, with their intricate structures and multifaceted roles in biological systems, necessitate advanced methodologies for … Read more

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