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Explain why all molecules of RNAase have the same tertiary structure
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Explain why all molecules of RNAase have the same tertiary structure
Because they are all synthesised from DNA which is specific (assuming no mutations) and in turn the 'R' groups remain the same which results in the same attractions and repulsions which form a specific set of alpha helixes and beta pleated sheets? This the sorta answer your thinking of?
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