Question: Amino acid compositions can be determined by heating a protein
Amino acid compositions can be determined by heating a protein in 6 M HCl and running the hydrolysate through an ion-exchange column. If you were going to do an amino acid sequencing experiment, why would you want to get an amino acid composition first?
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