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RE: Proteins Digest, Vol 51, Issue 3

Morales, Victor
For ribosomal protein synthesis: The aminogroup of the next amino acid is linked to the carboxyl group of the previous amino acid.
Victor

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Date: Sun, 23 Aug 2009 18:27:49 -0400
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Subject: [Protein-analysis] protein biosynthesis
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Hello All

    I would like to know to which end of the elongating protein chain, during biosysnthesis, is the next amino acid attached. Amino or carboxyl.

Thank you.

Gord




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