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.Ala-Phe-Lys-Val-Val-Glu
rom the above polypeptide, what amino acid/s go/goes inside the cell after the following
reatment:
themotrypsin, thermolysin, then finally pepsin. What protein is left undigested? Write the
rimary structure of the undigested protein?
.K-V-F-W-P-L-A-Y
Chemotrynsin treatment
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.Ala-Phe-Lys-Val-Val-Glu rom the above polypeptide, what amino acid/s go/goes inside the cell after the following reatment: themotrypsin, thermolysin, then finally pepsin. What protein is left undigested? Write the rimary structure of the undigested protein? .K-V-F-W-P-L-A-Y Chemotrynsin treatment

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