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Chemistry of amino acids

by Doctor (Professor) at SSR Medical College Mauritius on Jul 05, 2012

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General structure, classification, reactions and functions of amino acids.

General structure, classification, reactions and functions of amino acids.

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  • 03333662128 Nasrullah Mahar, lecturer at University of Sindh hi I am Nasrullah I have question how can we make a complex of amino acids with transition metals please guide me what solvent and optimization should be followed? 3 months ago
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  • namarta28 Chhabra Namrata, Doctor (Professor) at SSR Medical College Mauritius I have not understood your question, please explain more ... 1 year ago
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  • nasirchbarzani Nasir Barzani thanks for you, but the OH group in the side chain attached to the phenyl ring and the methyl group that is attached to the phenyl group is attached to the alpha carbon in the amine (the OH group is attached only th ephenyl group) ,for this reason it's not clearly for me.. 1 year ago
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  • namarta28 Chhabra Namrata, Doctor (Professor) at SSR Medical College Mauritius Tyrosine has -OH group in the side chain and not the methyl group. Thus it is polar, since -OH group can participate in hydrogen bonding. Hope i am clear to you ? 1 year ago
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  • nasirchbarzani Nasir Barzani hello,sorry but the Tyrosine that is one of the 20 types of amino acid in the content of protein ,if you see the structure of tyrosine we see that the side chain which it's R group ,is the methyl group that is linkage to the aromatic compd.(phenyl group).I think according this , the tyrosine is non-polar,it's not polar..what you say for this??? 1 year ago
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