Chapter 5

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The function of each protein is a consequence of its specific shape. What is the term used fora change in a protein's three-dimensional shapeor conformation due to disruption of hydrogenbonds, disulfide bridges, or ionic bonds?

A) hydrolysis

B) stabilization

C) destabilization

D) renaturation

E) denaturation



Answer:

E) denaturation



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