The secondary structure of a protein consists of a single long beta sheet. The outer edges of the beta sheet



The secondary structure of a protein consists of a single long beta sheet. The outer edges of the beta sheet are composed of serine and proline amino acids. Describe the effect changing all the serine and proline amino acids to glycine would have on the secondary structure of the beta sheet. Also, predict the effect this change would have on the function of the protein in an aqueous environment.




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