Our body consists of countless molecules: water, micro- and macro-elements, sugars, fatty acids, proteins and others.
We function as precise, self-regulated machines, in which every single part has it's own role.
Proteins, tiny structures with fully determined behaviour by the 3D structure, are designed to fulfill very specific tasks.
To control a process they have to collaborate with each other: some need to form complicated aggregates, others attach to a non-protein molecule, which allows for changing their 3D arrangement and function afterwards.
Some perform their tasks swimming freely around while others are bound into liquid-crystal structures called membranes.
The direct dependency between protein...