Proteins By:Peter clark

A proteins are organic compounds that contain oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, and hydrogen. They look like long chains and are made up of amino acids

Proteins were discovered by Linus Pauling in the 1950's

Linus Pauling

Proteins are responsible for making enzymes, hormones, other body chemicals, and repairing and building tissue.

Proteins are used as structure, for transportation, for antibodies, for enzymes, and for body muscles.

A protein is made up of amino acids that are linked together

Proteins do many things that are vital to you body's functioning.

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