Protein Composition and Properties
Before discussing the plasma proteins, it is advantageous to first review the fundamental chemistry of the proteins in general.
KeywordsEssential Amino Acid Polypeptide Chain Protein Composition Pyruvic Acid Common Amino Acid
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