Levels of Protein Structure:
The three-dimensional structure of a protein is determined primarily by:
A) electrostatic guidance from nucleic acid structure.
B) the sequence of amino acids in the protein.
C) how many disulfide bonds are in the protein.
D) hydrophobic interaction with lipids that provide a folding framework.
E) modification during interactions with ribosomes.
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