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A peptide digested with trypsin produced the following three fragments:

C, ASFPK, GGRWDGK

The same peptide digested with chymotrypsin produced the following three fragments:

PKGGRW, DGKC, and ASF

What is the primary structure of the peptide?

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Chymotrypsin digestion occurs at the end of aromatic amino acids such as phenylalanine, tryptophan and tyrosine.

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