Why are molecules of proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and lipids considered as biopolymers only in the cell?

The specific properties of biopolymers appear only in a living cell. Isolated from cells, biopolymer molecules lose their biological essence and are characterized only by the physicochemical properties of the class of compounds to which they belong.

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