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Upon chemical analysis, a particular protein was found to.contain 347 amino acids....

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...How many peptide bonds...? Upon chemical analysis, a particular protein was found to.contain 347 amino acids. How many peptide bonds are present in this protein?
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Ans =346

Peptide bond are equal to (No. of amino acid -1)
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