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Help lol

Post by nsteel10 » Wed Mar 28, 2007 7:01 pm

Does anybody know the answer to this question:

Can you see why, in some cases, 2 proteins could differ at a number of points in their amino acid sequence and still be similar in structure and function?[quote][/quote]

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Post by canalon » Wed Mar 28, 2007 7:16 pm

I know!

But since you have obviously not read the rules I won't tell.
And How do I know you haven't read the rules? Because:
-of your title. It should be explicit
-of your question. You would know that we do not encourage people to ask homework questions without proving that they started thinking about the answer by themselves.
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