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DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT A CYSTEINE MOLECULE IS?
« on: September 19, 2005, 02:37:58 PM »
good day, I am purely on a quest to find an answer to a question that no online chem dictinary can answer. I dont particuarly like chemistry, ive never found it that easy, hence me not knowing the answer to said question. This seemed like the ideal place to quiz educated ppl...:P im more of an ichthyology kinda person but chem is vital to my course. And so...DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT A CYSTEINE MOLECULE IS??? and can rehash, reiterate it's definiton in an articulate manner? if so, when I am rich I shall remember you :-p I guess I should put it into context..."Sulphur bridges are formed when 2 cysteine molecules are close together in the structure of a polypeptide...." etc. If none of you can be arsed then np, I shall continue with my quest to find the answer, it's gotta be on the net somewhere if it's mentioned in three text books. Wow, thats the longest intro ever (y) THANKS VERY MUCH!!!!! Laura x
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Re:DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT A CYSTEINE MOLECULE IS?
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2005, 04:36:03 PM »
Look in our Chemical Structures page. Link is on your left. Do not type in caps again.
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