Polypeptide Chain

by Georgina Cornwall, PhD

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    The lecture Polypeptide Chain by Georgina Cornwall, PhD is from the course The Macromolecules of Life.

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    1. R-group attached to the central carbon
    2. Amino group
    3. Carboxylic group
    4. Positions of H-atoms attached to carboxylic carbon
    5. Arrangement of H-atoms in amino group
    1. The attractive forces among the various amino acids of the protein molecules determine the structure and shape of a protein molecule.
    2. The number of carbon atoms in the hydrocarbon chain of glycine amino acid determines the overall folding of a protein molecule.
    3. The spatial arrangement of hydrogen atoms in the amino or carboxylic group of an amino acid plays a significant role in developing the protein structure.
    4. The spatial arrangement of the amino group around the central carbon determines the shape of the protein.
    5. The spatial arrangement of -COOH group around the central carbon predicts the folding of the protein.

    Author of lecture Polypeptide Chain

     Georgina Cornwall, PhD

    Georgina Cornwall, PhD

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