Protein Science

Proteins are among the most plentiful natural molecules in dwelling systems and are way more diverse in shape and function than other macro molecules. A single cell can include hundreds of proteins, each with a completely unique feature. Although their systems, like their features, range substantially, all proteins are made up of 1 or more chains of amino acids. Proteins can play a big selection of roles in a cellular or organism. Proteins make up about 42% of the dry weight of our bodies. The protein collagen—which holds our pores and skin, tendons, muscle mass, and bones together—makes up approximately 1 / 4 of the body's total protein.

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  • Whey Protein

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