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A protein is neutral at the isoelectric point.

(a) True

(b) False

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This key question is from Protein Techniques in chapter Techniques in Cell Biology of Cell Biology

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The correct choice is (a) True

Easiest explanation: Isoelectric point is the pH value at which the negative charges and the positive charges are equal in a protein, and the protein is neutral. Usually, the isoelectric point of proteins is below 7.

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