Problem: The shape of a folded protein is determined by: a. tertiary structure b. the sequence of amino acids c. whether peptide bonds have α or β glycosidic linkages d. the base pairing rules e. none of the choices is correct

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The shape of a folded protein is determined by:

a. tertiary structure

b. the sequence of amino acids

c. whether peptide bonds have α or β glycosidic linkages

d. the base pairing rules

e. none of the choices is correct

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