Function and structure of proteins

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What are properties of a globular protein?
Soluble in water and 3D
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What is an example of a globular protein?
Haemoglobin
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What is the main difference between a globular protein and a conjugated protein?
A conjugated protein has a prosthetic group.
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What is an example an example of a conjugated protein?
Insulin and catalase
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What are properties of a fibrous protein?
Not 3D. Insoluble and strong.
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What are examples of fibrous proteins?
Keratin, Elastin and Collagen.
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