Optical-Rotation-Chem-51A

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Linear Polarization A plane electromagnetic wave is said to be linearly polarized. The transverse electric field wave is accompanied by a magnetic field wave as illustrated.
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Protein receptors have domains created by polypeptides . The binding domains are complementary in shape to the substrate and possess an array of strategically positioned functional groups that enter into numerous weak binding interactions of the substrate.
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Cathepsin D The active site of cathepsin D (PDB entry: 1lya) is shown here bound to an inhibitor, pepstatin. Pepstatin lies in the active site cleft of cathepsin D, where it is hydrogen bonded to residues in the active site, including two aspartic acid residues which provide the catalytic activity.
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HIV-1 Reverse Transcriptase A view of the HIV-1 reverse transcriptase active site with bound DNA template-primer showing the interactions between the DNA and HIV-1 RT. The catalytic residues are colored: D110-blue, Y115-green, Y183-magenta, M184-cyan, D185-orange, D186-redorange. The double-stranded DNA template primer close to the catalytic site is represented in stick, with cpk colors.
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