Q. 134.0( 4 Votes )
The primary structure of a protein molecule has
A. Two ends
B. One end
C. Three ends
D. No ends
Primary structure of the protein is the linear sequence of amino acids joined by peptide linkage.
It has two ends C terminus with –COOH group, and N terminus with –NH2 group.
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