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Chapter 9, Problem 19QP
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Below is the structure of glycine. Draw a tripeptide composed exclusively of glycine. Label the N-terminus and C-terminus. Draw a box around the peptide bonds.

Chapter 9, Problem 19QP, Below is the structure of glycine. Draw a tripeptide composed exclusively of glycine. Label the

Summary Introduction

To draw: A tripeptide composed of glycine amino acid.

Introduction: The amino acid compound that contains carbon is composed of an amino group and a carboxyl group. The amino group and a carboxyl group is the backbone of amino acid, and they are universally the same in all amino acids.

Explanation of Solution

Pictorial representation: Fig. 1 shows the tripeptide of glycine amino acid.

Fig.1- Tripeptide of glycine amino acid.

Glycine is an amino acid and is encoded by codons having GG in their starting such as GGC, GGU, GGG. Glycine is the smallest amino acid, and it has just hydrogen molecule as its side chain...

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