MatheMatical Draw structures of the following amino acids, indicating the charged form that exists at pH 4: histidine, aspara-gine, tryptophan, proline, and tyrosine.
Answer to relevant QuestionsMatheMatical Predict the predominant forms of the amino acids from Question 8 at pH 10. The terms configuration and conformation appear in descriptions of molecular structure. How do they differ? In oxygenated hemoglobin, pKa 5 6.6 for the histidines at position 146 on the b-chain. In deoxygenated hemoglobin, the pKa of these residues is 8.2. How can this piece of information be correlated with the Bohr effect? What are the known diseases caused by abnormal prions? Show by a series of equations (with structures) the first stage of the Edman method applied to a peptide that has leucine as its N-terminal residue.
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