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Protein’s solubility depends on the relative balance between protein-solvent and protein-protein interactions.

(a) True

(b) False

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My doubt stems from Protein Techniques topic in section Techniques in Cell Biology of Cell Biology

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Right option is (a) True

Explanation: Every protein has a different solubility and it is a relative balance between the protein-solvent and protein-protein interactions. The former causes the protein to remain in solution, and the latter causes it to aggregate.

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