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Tertiary structures contain commonly-occurring patterns, such as α-helices and β-sheets (see Chapter 8 for pictures). α-helices are stretches of the protein that wind into a helical form. A β-sheet is a set of β-strands that align lengthwise and to each other, forming a sheet-like shape. The secondary structure of a protein assigns each amino acid to participating in an α-helix, participating in a β-sheet, or neither. Sometimes, other categories are included, such as bends between α-helices. Secondary structure thus abstracts components of the tertiary structure.

They are usually required in small amounts and have no effect on the thermodynamics of the reactions they catalyze. , non-biological) catalysts in that the latter typically speed up reactions hundreds or thousands of times, whereas enzymes often speed up reactions a billion or a trillion times. There are other important differences, such as the high specificity of an enzyme for its substrate, lack of unwanted products or harmful side-reactions that might possibly interfere with the main reaction, and ability to function in the physiological environment of an organism’s interior.

Lewis, M. Raff, K. Roberts, and P. Walter. Molecular Biology of the Cell, Fourth Edition. Garland, 2002. [2] D. Fell. Understanding the Control of Metabolism. Portland Press, 1997. ” This is a pertinent question because, after all, probability theory deals with uncertainty and probabilistic models are a way of quantifying uncertainty. ), there is a lot of predictability about them in the sense that one will always find the same nucleotide sequence at a specific position on a specific chromosome of a specific organism (except for rarely occurring events called mutations) or the same amino acid sequence in a specific protein molecule.

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