Topology: An Introduction with Application to Topological

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With the intrinsic point of view it is harder to define the central concept of curvature and other structures such as connections, so there is a price to pay. The basic organising principle of their structure is to get the amino acid side-chains that are not soluble in water (referred to as hydrophobic) together in a core and surround them with a shell of water-soluble amino acid side-chains (referred to as hydrophilic or polar) which provide an interface to the solvent (Figure 2). 1978).

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