Biochemistry - Protein Structure - Discussion

Discussion :: Protein Structure - Section 1 (Q.No.6)


Marfan's syndrome is thought to be a mutation affecting

[A]. hemoglobin synthesis
[B]. collagen synthesis
[C]. metabolism of homogentisic acid
[D]. insufficient thyroid production

Answer: Option B


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Hannadh said: (Oct 16, 2017)  
First, a three-dimensional stranded structure is assembled, with the amino acids glycine and proline as its principal components. This is not yet collagen but its precursor, procollagen. Procollagen is then modified by the addition of hydroxyl groups to the amino acids proline and lysine.

Priya Thapliyal said: (May 12, 2018)  
It is a genetic disorder of connective tissues.

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