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Six different amino acid sequences for a tetrapeptide containing serine and valine 

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Six different amino acid sequences for a tetrapeptide containing serine and valine are to be drawn.

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A tetrapeptide is a protein that has 4 amino acid bonded via peptide bond.

Now, the given amino acids are serine and valine.

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сH3 о он Hас но но. NH 2 NH2 Valine (Val) Serine (Ser)

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A peptide bond is formed between two amino acids when the carboxylic group of one amino acid reacts with...

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Peptide bond NH2 Но. H3N NH но NH3 "CHз Hас

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