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Mention the Chemical Change that Proinsulin Undergoes, to Be Able to Act as Mature Insulin - Biology

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Mention the chemical change that proinsulin undergoes, to be able to act as mature insulin

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The proinsulin contains polypeptide chain A, chain B, which are linked together by disulphide bridges, and another polypeptide called C peptide. The C peptide is removed during maturation, which converts the inactive proinsulin into mature insulin.

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