Problem: What does the primary structure of a protein refer to? The orientation of the side chains in three-dimensional space. The a-amino acid sequence in the polypeptide chain. The presence of cross-links with disulfide bonds. The presence of an alpha helix.

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What does the primary structure of a protein refer to? 

The orientation of the side chains in three-dimensional space. 

The a-amino acid sequence in the polypeptide chain. 

The presence of cross-links with disulfide bonds. 

The presence of an alpha helix.


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