What makes one protein (or nucleic acid) different from another?

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Biomolecules are made of monomers (building blocks).  For example, proteins are made of the same 20 amino acids; nucleic acids are made of 4 nucleotides, ATCG.  What makes one protein (or nucleic acid) different from another?

Oct 20th, 2015

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What makes one protein different from another protein is its sequence of amino acids.

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