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Imagine that you have just isolated a peptide hormone with the following primary

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sequence:? Imagine that you have just isolated a peptide hormone with the following primary sequence (assume the protein is in solution at physiological pH):

MLSCRLQCALAALSIVLALGCVTGAPSDPR

A.Circle the residues that could contribute a positive charge
B.Put an X above the residues that could contribute a negative charge
C.Underline the residues that could be connected by a disulfide bond
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A.Circle the residues that could contribute a positive charge

MLSCRLQCALAALSIVLALGCVTGAPSDPR


B.Put an X above the residues that could contribute a negative charge

MLSCRLQCALAALSIVLALGCVTGAPSDPR , carboxyl part of arginine.


C.Underline the residues that could be connected by a disulfide bond


MLSCRLQCALAALSIVLALGCVTGAPSDPR
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