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Native protein

Definition
noun, plural: native proteins
The protein inside the cell that is in its native or natural state and unaltered by denaturing agent, such as heat, chemical, enzyme action, or the exigencies of extraction.
Supplement
A native protein is in its functional form, particularly in a simple, unbranched chain of amino acids while assuming a specific 3D shape.


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