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Tertiary structure of a protein consisting of $\alpha$-helices and $\beta$-strands can be determined by

  1. circular dichroism spectroscopy
  2. mass spectrometry
  3. nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
  4. $\text{UV}$ spectroscopy
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