[Protein-analysis] RE: Protein biosynthesis

David Bienvenue via proteins%40net.bio.net (by DBienvenue from vlstcorp.com)
Mon Aug 24 12:36:04 EST 2009


Protein biosynthesis starts at the N-terminus.  



David Bienvenue, Ph.D.
Senior Principal Scientist
VLST Corporation
Seattle, WA 98109


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Message: 1
Date: Sun, 23 Aug 2009 18:27:49 -0400
From: "gord" <gayers07 from cogeco.ca>
Subject: [Protein-analysis] protein biosynthesis
To: proteins from net.bio.net
Message-ID: <Gnjkm.114076$rg4.44728 from newsfe02.iad>

Hello All

    I would like to know to which end of the elongating protein chain, 
during biosysnthesis, is the next amino acid attached. Amino or carboxyl.

Thank you.

Gord




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