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Arindam paul Asked a Question
September 15, 2020 10:59 ampts 30 pts
When the amino acid is phosphorylated which Covalent bond is formed between the Phosphate and that amino acid residue?
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  • Abhijeet Gaurav
    This bond is known as Phosphoester Bond. It's not exactly the Phosphodiester bond formed between 2 nucleotides. This is the example of Ester bond with Phosphate group. Due to the l...
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    This bond is known as Phosphoester Bond. It's not exactly the Phosphodiester bond formed between 2 nucleotides. This is the example of Ester bond with Phosphate group. Due to the l...
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  • Anup padwal thankyou
    Hydrogen bonds Between polar groups of amino acid side chains (histidine, lysine, glutamic acid) and phosphate ions have been formed which is studied by infrared spectroscopy. Pro...
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    Arindam paul
    Sir please give structures making H bonds
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