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Discuss and compare the potential contributions for tertiary structure in a protein for the side
chain of histidine at each of the following pH values: pH 3, pH 7 and pH 10. (pKa of R group =
6.5). Mathematically describe (show work) and use a full paragraph when discussing each pH
(reminder: grammar and spelling will be graded.
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Discuss and compare the potential contributions for tertiary structure in a protein for the side chain of histidine at each of the following pH values: pH 3, pH 7 and pH 10. (pKa of R group = 6.5). Mathematically describe (show work) and use a full paragraph when discussing each pH (reminder: grammar and spelling will be graded.

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