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Caption: An amino acid chain forms into enzyme shape. For an enzyme to be functional, it must fold into a unique, three-dimensional shape. A small chain of, say, one hundred and fifty amino acids making up an enzyme has an extraordinary number of possible folding configurations. The enzyme's ability to fold into just the right shape is critical to its function.

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Keywords: activation energy, amino acid, biochemistry, biological, biology, chemical reaction, chemistry, energy barrier, enzyme, folding, primary, product, protein, quaternary, reactant, secondary, structure, substrate, tertiary

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Amino acid chain in enzyme

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