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Structural function of antibodies?!

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    Good evening, i have had great help(piggy) from this website in the past and hopefully this will not be the exception. I am currently stuck trying to find out how the structure of collagen helps fulfil its function. If there is anyone out there that could shed some light on this i would greatly appreciate it. You will have my eternal thanks. Without sticking the hand in, i could use help with collagen aswell if there is any help going. Thank you
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