Tertiary structure 3d fold of peptide chain look at

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Unformatted text preview: 2; it has the most negatively charged residues (D, E). [slides 3, 16] (b) an ion- exchange resin; beads coated with negatively charged groups? Peptide 1; it has the most positively charged residues (K, H, R) [slides 3, 16] (c) a size- exclusion (get- filtration) column designed to separate small peptides such as these? Peptide 2; it is the smallest peptide [slide 11] Lecture 5 1. Describe each of the fo...
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