Peptide bond, Biology

PEPTIDE BOND

  1. Peptide or amide bond is a linkage established condensation reaction between amino group of one amino acid and carboxylic group of the second amino acid.
  2. The peptide bond consists of peptide linkage.
  3. Condensation between two amino acids produces a dipeptide.

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