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A. Consider the dipeptideVal–Pro:

    1. What amino acid is the N terminal aminoacid?
    2. What amino acid is the C terminal aminoacid?
    3. How are the amino acids connected?
    4. Give the name of the dipeptide.
    5. Give the name of the dipeptide in which the amino acid order is reversed as Pro–Val.

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