Chapter 5 Biochem
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A tripeptide that helps inactivate oxidative compounds is
Which reagent cleaves disulfide bonds oxidatively?
Which reagent reduces disulfide bonds to sulfhydryl groups?
Which chemical reagent promotes peptide bond cleavage on the C-side (carboxyl side) of Met residues?
Which chemical reagent promotes peptide bond cleavage on the C-side (carboxyl side) of lysine and arginine residues if the next residue is not proline?
What uses a stable pH gradient to separate proteins.
A protein is most soluble at its isoelectric point.
In two-dimensional (2D) gel electrophoresis, a sample of proteins is first subjected to isoelectric focusing, and then to SDS-PAGE in a perpendicular direction.
The amino acid sequence of a polypeptide can be determined through repetitive cycles of the
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