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How do i sequence a peptide using treatment reagents for example the amino acid sequence is ARG,ASP,CYS,GLU,LEU,SER,THR.

Biochemistry help! How do i sequence a peptide using treatment reagents for example the amino acid sequence is ARG,ASP,CYS,GLU,LEU,SER,THR. 1st use- Staphylococcal protease then chymotrypsin then edman's reagent and 2 nitro 5 thiocyanobenzoate. the final sequence yields 2 tripletides and a dipeptide
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ARG-ASP-CYS-GLU-LEU-SER-THR
NOTE: -/- I use this symbol to indicate the
position where the peptides cleaves
Staphylococcal protease: cleaves GLU at position P1 ARG-ASP-CYS-GLU-/-LEU-SER-THR...

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