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So I have a doubt. My teacher said collagen is secondary structure, but in my book it says it’s quaternary. Which one is it? And why? Thank you!
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Collagen on its own is quaternary, however, collagen helixes are secondary
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Collagen on its own is quaternary, however, collagen helixes are secondary
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