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14 April, 21:11

He terms motif (fold) and domain describe levels of protein organization more complicated than primary or secondary structure. differentiate between motifs and domains by moving each phrase to the appropriate bin. note: if you answer any part of this question incorrectly, a single red x will appear indicating that one or more of the phrases are sorted incorrectly.

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  1. 14 April, 23:07
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    The motif is the repetitive supersecondary structures, an example of a motif is a beta-alpha-beta unit. The motifs are formed of the clusters of secondary structure.

    On the other hand, the domains are globular and stable functional units in a protein. It may retain a three-dimensional configuration when distinguished from the rest of the protein.

    Both the motifs and domains are stabilized by the hydrophobic interactions, they both are a unit of tertiary structure, and are dependent on primary composition.
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