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So if there are 199 amino acids in a protein, how many peptide bonds would there be?

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Default So if there are 199 amino acids in a protein, how many peptide bonds would there be?



And a little explanation. Would it be 200?
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Default Re: So if there are 199 amino acids in a protein, how many peptide bonds would there

198 peptide bonds. 1 for 2 aa. for 3 aa. 3 for 4 aa. and so on
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