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Figure 5.15 The 20 amino acids of proteins (continued) H I H3N+— C— C DC <
_l o Q. Serine (Ser) H H3N+— C— C r V CH v / \ OH CH3 H3N+ H C— i I CH2 SH
V H3N+ H C CH2 H H3N+— C— C CH2 A NH2 O V H3N+ H C— < CH2 CH2 v ...
SH CH2 O r rr C — C— OH H SH CH2 Figure 5.19 Sickle-cell disease is caused
by an amino acid. C 0 H-N— ( H H Polypeptide backbone : C H 0 -( H N -C— OH
0 r H — ( H -N I ... 122 Lys Lys 0 2lu 2lu 7 -Me]|IM_ 0% Polypeptide chains.
Figure 16.23 Categories and consequences of point mutations Wild type mRNA
Protein /\ ^ /\ /\ til b , M u u u , M c u Met H Lys ^Phe jpGlyn stop Base-pair
substitution No effect on amino acid sequence U 1^1 , u u u Met H Lys H Phe H
Gly 1 ...
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