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HELP!!! What is the exact structure for Keratin ???

Discussion in 'Step I' started by ayanjoe, Sep 24, 2002.

  1. ayanjoe

    ayanjoe Medicus Sapiens
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    help guys...i am studying fibrous proteins from lippincott illustrated rev. and in page 45 there is some contradiction between the foto of keratin and the text ??? help ....:confused:
     
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  3. ayanjoe

    ayanjoe Medicus Sapiens
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    hi there...is anybody home ???
    hey people...can anyone help me ??
    in the Lippincott's Illustrated review they said that the protofibril of hair consists of 2 pairs of alpha helices ???
    but in the foto to the right it seems that the protofibril consists of 3 alpha helices not 2 pairs=4 alpha helices as in the text ....help????????:confused: :confused: :confused:
     
  4. ortho2003

    ortho2003 Senior Member
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    don't sweat it....if by chance this question arises, it is only one question. Study the higher yeild stuff.
     
  5. ayanjoe

    ayanjoe Medicus Sapiens
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    well i have something real bad in me.....
    when something faces me and i don't know what it is real good...
    i hate it and hate the whole subject........
    and keeeeeeep on thinking about it like a psycho....

    THANKS PAL....I SHOULD REALY GET OVER THAT....
     

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