Complex substances that consist of amino-acid residues joined by peptide bonds and contain the elements carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen (usually sulfur, and occasionally other elements such as phosphorus or iron). Proteins include many essential biological compounds such as enzymes, hormones, or immunoglobulins.

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