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 What Are Carrier Proteins?

Answer The purpose of carrier proteins is to carry substances across either compartment barriers inside cells or through the cell membrane; these substances include amino acids, sugars, glucose and nucleo... Read More »
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Can you drop your auto insurance carrier half-way through your six-month policy period if you found a different carrier with a better offer?

Answer In NJ you can - the old insurance company is supposed to pro-rate your fees and mail you a check for the difference. You have to notify them after you get the new coverage set up.
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Are peptides proteins?

No, a peptide on its own is not a protein, but rather is two or more amino acids joined together. When combined in groups known as polypeptide chains, peptides form proteins, explains the Human Pro... Read More »
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What Proteins Are in Cereals?

Cereal is one of the best types of foods in the bread sector of the food pyramid. In an unprocessed state, meaning this excludes sugar based cereals like Cocoa Puffs, Cap'n Crunch or Frosted Flakes... Read More »
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Are proteins organic?


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