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Section 10- Tertiary Structure Part II
We now progress to domains and their folds. A single protein may consist of several or many domains, but many proteins are single-domain.
Proteins with many (often repeated) domains are termed mosaic proteins.
Multi-domain proteins can have domains of very different types. Three major classes are globular (water-soluble), membrane-bound ('lipid soluble') and fibrous. On this basis, whole proteins can also be classified into different types.
also study the Rough Guide to Protein Types by Alan Mills
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