Why is it necessary that protein molecules be enormous?

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QUESTION: Why is it necessary that protein molecules be enormous?

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Why is it necessary that protein molecules be enormous?
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This discussion explores the importance of the size of protein molecules, highlighting their three-dimensional structures, diverse functions, and the role of large size in enabling structural motifs, functional regions, and stability without revealing specific examples or findings.

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Proteins often possess a complex three-dimensional structure and many amino acid residues, which can contribute to their functional diversity and specificity. 

Here are three key reasons why protein molecules are often large:

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