[Protein-analysis] Denaturation and Digestion

Radium glucegen1 at excite.com
Sat Feb 4 02:20:32 EST 2006


Hi:

When a protein denatures, it loses its non-covalent bonds and gains
covalent bonds. Aren't covalent bonds more difficult to break than
non-covalent bonds? If so, how does denaturing a protein help digest it
into amino acids?


Thanks,

Radium



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