Proteins are essentially natural polymers composed of long chains of subunits. These smaller units are called amino acids. One end of an amino acid has acidic character because it has a carboxyl (COOH) functional group. The other end has basic character because it has an amino (NH2) functional group. When two amino acids react, they form what is called a peptide bond. In other words Proteins are organic compounds which are formed of amino acids that are linked together by peptides. They help the body in getting nitrogen, vitamins and sulfur. Proteins are three dimensional in their structure. Their structure can be categorized into four distinctive aspects - primary structure, secondary structure, quaternary structure and tertiary structure.
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