The gathering of proteins inside a cell decides its well-being and capacity. Proteins do most of the work in cells and are required for the structure, capacity, and control of the body's tissues and organs. The three-dimensional structure of a protein is the key factor in deciding its functional properties. These three-dimensional structures are caused by the sequences of the amino acids present in polypeptide chains.

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