Contact between protein and hydrosilver titanium
(Under electron microscope)
Hydrosilver titanium treatment: 103 times dilution (2)
Enlarged photo (electron microscope at Japan Textile Products Quality Technology Center)
Source: Shoichi Abo / Super functional photocatalyst creation and applied technology study group (2003) "High-performance titanium oxide photocatalyst-from environmental purification / material development to standardization / standardization" NTS.
From P.40, P.12, P.13
Source: Toru Nonami (2004)
"Illustrated photocatalyst and apatite second edition" from Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun P.168
A protein is a high-molecular compound made up of 20 types of L-amino acids linked together (polymerized) in a chain.
The types vary depending on the number and type of constituent amino acids, and the order of binding, and there are many types, from those with a molecular weight of around 4000 to viral proteins with tens of millions to billions of units. When the number of linked amino acids is small, it is called a peptide, and when the number of linked amino acids is linear, it is often called a polypeptide.
A generic term for organic compounds having a basic amino group -NH2 and an acidic carboxyl group -COOH. The building block of proteins.
Proteins and amino acids
The proteins of all living things are substances in which many 20 types of amino acids are linked in a chain.