Q.) Which of the following is a tripeptide?
Q.) Biuret reaction is specific for
Q.) A tripeptide functioning as an important reducing agent in the tissues is
Q.) Sakaguchi’s reaction is specific for
Q.) Ninhydrin with evolution of CO2 forms a blue complex with
Q.) Million-Nasse’s reaction is specific for the amino acid:
Q.) A vasodilating compound is produced by the decarboxylation of the amino acid:
Q.) A peptide which acts as potent smooth muscle hypotensive agent is
Q.) The most of the ultraviolet absorption of proteins above 240 nm is due to their content of
Q.) Which of the following is a dipeptide?
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