tertiary structure of protein

tertiary structure of protein

the overall 3 dimensional shape of the folded POLYPEPTIDE CHAIN. see PROTEIN.
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Changes in the mobility and accessibility of the spin labels, and the distances between spin labels, enables changes in the secondary and tertiary structure of proteins to be discerned.
Until now, the strategy of development of a tensor active ingredient focused on preserving the tertiary structure of proteins. The preservation of the globular structure of proteins allows the formation of a film on the surface of the skin thanks to its adsorption properties and spreads out as opposed to peptides that adsorb but are unable to spread out.