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How do proteins control the making of other compounds? PPT has the magnetic energy of the atoms in a band that is used to link atoms together and the thermo-field of the atoms to hold the atoms in position and at a distance, but there is a third part and that the electrons speed as the orbit in there domains. When you take all three of this characteristic into account you can use these to model proteins and see that a protein will hold compounds to the protein and the an other compound to another part of the protein and then the protein brings the two or more compound together and with the addition of electric energy to new magnetic bands will be formed or brake and reformed to make the new more complex compound.

 

 

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