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Characterization of protein secondary structure

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What do proteins look like? Proteins are composed of fundamental building blocks of chemical molecules called amino acids. When a protein is synthesized by the cells, initially it is just a string of amino acids. This string arranges itself in a process called protein folding into a complex three-dimensional structure capable of exerting the function of the specific protein. We briefly review the fundamental building blocks of proteins, their primary and secondary structure.

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Signal Processing Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 3 )