peptide bond

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Synonyms for peptide bond

the primary linkage of all protein structures

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Essentially the free radical attacks a double bond on a monomer and the electron moves on to another monomer, the process is continued until the end result is a chain of cyclic amide groups which is attached to the hydrophobic back bone [11].
The amide group of Leu75 is placed in close proximity to the amide group of Gln164 and both of them are responsible for the formation of oxyanion hole after the binding of the substrate with the formation of H-bonds (Kraut,1977).
But because the amide group is responsible for the affinity that these polymers have for moisture, nylon 6/12 is more resistant to moisture gain and the associated changes in dimensions and mechanical properties that are experienced with nylon 4/6 and nylon 6/6.
This might be cowhide has highest amount of the molecular absorption for the functional group of carbonyl, amide group, or aromatic aldehyde based on in-plane deformation of vibration.
Transannular reactions between one amide group and one other group have already been observed (Witkop et al.
This structure did not carry an amino group, because amine group has turned into an amide group within the polymeric structure.
1] is ascribed to C-N bending of amide, indicating the reaction of the amine group from DEA with the anhydride group from MA to form an amide group.
It was attributed to the introduction of flexible molecular units BFBH which contained aliphatic chains and amide group.
At low wavelengths, this can be the amide group itself, while impurities, such as coloured species created during manufacture or processing, can account for energy absorption at longer wavelengths.
Mitsui says the key is introduction of an aromatic ring ester group or amide group into the polyol.
Taking into account the microstructures of these copolymers, the intermolecular hydrogen bond between the carbonyl group of MMA and the amide group of MAAM has a larger probability of occurring than the self-association through hydrogen bonding of pure PMAAM (15).
65 ppm), and the proton of amide group appeared at the highest ppm value (10.