What Is The Nature Of Collagen?

Collagen is an insoluble fibrous protein, extensively found in the connective tissue of tendons, skin and bone. It comprises amino-acids, which are in turn made of oxygen, carbon, and hydrogen. It accounts for close to 30% of the total body proteins of mammals. Collagen is the most abundant animal protein. It contains particular amino acids – Proline, Glycine, Arginine and Hydroxyproline.

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