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Cade Thornley 03-11-2013 01:16 PM

How do C and N terminal ends react with each other in the joining of 2 peptides?
 
In the joining of two peptides to form a polypeptide, the N-terminal end of one peptide will react with the _______ of the other peptide forming a(n) _______.

a. C-terminal end, ether linkage
b. N-terminal end, peptide linkage
c. C-terminal end, peptide linkage
d. C-terminal end, quaternary structure

Any help would be appreciated! I read this section in my book but I am still having some trouble understanding it. Any explanation would be great because I want to know how to do this for my test. Thanks for the help!

Kunal Pandya 04-03-2013 09:04 AM

Re: How do C and N terminal ends react with each other in the joining of 2 peptides?
 
Ans C) C-terminal end, peptide linkage


n the joining of two peptides to form a polypeptide, the N-terminal end of one peptide will react with the C-terminal end of the other peptide forming a(n) peptide linkage


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