The Levels of Protein Structure Factors that Drive Folding & Misfiling Discussion

I don’t understand this Chemistry question and need help to study. I need help with biochemistry. the levels of protein structure (secondary, tertiary, and quaternary). the factors that drive protein folding, and briefly discuss protein misfiling.Understand the distinctions between primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary structures.Understand the properties and geometric constraints of peptide bonds in proteinsUnderstand the basis for protein folding and the hydrophobic effectprotein function, with a focus on ligand binding. Hemoglobin and myoglobin are used as examples of proteins whose function is ligand binding to introduce these concepts, including allostery.Understand ligand binding and be able to extract the information given ligand binding dataUnderstand the role of hemoglobin and myoglobin in oxygen binding and deliveryUnderstand the role of H, CO2, BPG in oxygen homeostasisCooperativity and models to explain itUnderstand antibody structure and functionenzyme function, kinetics, and regulation.Understand the fundamental factors responsible for enzymatic rate enhancementUnderstand the basis of steady state kineticsUnderstand inhibition of enzymesUnderstand basic arrow pushing mechanisms for enzyme functionUnderstand regulation of enzyme functioncarbohydrate structure and nomenclature.Be familiar with carbohydrate terminology and functional groupsUnderstand stereocenters as applied to carbohydratesCyclization equilibria of carbohydratesReactivity of carbohydratesGeneral understanding of polysaccharides and what drives their 3-D structuresRoles of carbohydratesMolecular basis of carbohydrate recognition

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