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Amino Acids

Glycine Gly - G
Leucine Leu - L
Alanine Ala - A
Isoleucine Ile - I
Proline Pro - P
Valine Val - V
Glutamate Glu - E
Aspertate Asp - D
Histidine His - H
Cysteine Cys - C
Asparagine Asn - N
Tryptophan Trp - W
Phenylalaline Phe - F
Glutamine Gln - Q
Lysine Lys - K
Serine Ser - S
Tyrosine Tyr - Y
Methionine Met - M
Threonine Thr - T
Arginine Arg - R
What are the 4 groups of amino acids? 1. Hydrophobic 2. Polar 3. Positively charged 4. Negatively charged
Which aa are Hydrophobic? (9) G - L - A - I - P - V - W - F - M
Which aa are Polar? (6) C - N - Q - S - Y - T
Which aa are positively charged? (3) H - K - R
Which aa are negatively charged? (2) E - D
Which aa is not Chiral? Glycine
What are the 4 parts of an aa? 1. Central carbon 2. Amino group 3. Carboxilic acid group 4. Side chain (R group)
Which isomer is present in our cells? L isomer
chiral Asymmetric
Stereoisomers Same molecular formula, but different 3-D arangement
Enantiomers Nonsuperposable mirror image
Zwitterions Has charges withing the molecule but over all it is neutral
Which aa have a rotating double bond? R - D - E
What is the other name for Aspartate? Aspartic acid
What is the other name for Glutamate? Glutamic acid
Gly Glycine - G
G Glycine - Gly
Arg Arginine - R
R Arginine - Arg
Lys Lysine - K
K Lysine - Lys
His Histidine - H
H Histidine - His
Thr Threonine - T
T Threonine - Thr
Cys Cysteine - C
C Cysteine - Cys
Asn Aparagine - N
N Asparagine - Asn
Gln Glutamine - Q
Q Glutamine - Gln
Ser Serine - S
S Serine - Ser
Tyr Tyrosine - Y
Y Tyrosine - Tyr
Leu Leucine - L
L Leucine - Leu
Ala Alanine - A
A Alanine - Ala
Ile Isoleucine - I
I Isoleucine - Ile
Pro Proline - P
P Proline - Pro
Val Valine - V
V Valine - Val
Trp Tryptophan - W
W Tryptophan - Trp
Phe Phenylalaline - F
F Phenylalaline - Phe
Met Methionine - M
M Methionine - Met
Glu Glutamate - E
E Glutamate - Glu
Asp Aspartate - D
D Aspartate - Asp
Draw Glycine
Draw Aspartate
Draw Glutamate
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Draw Serine
Draw Proline
Draw Cysteine
Draw Tryptophan
Draw Alanine
Draw Arginine
Draw Methionine
Draw Lysine
Draw Leucine
Draw Isoleucine
Draw Valine
Draw Phenylalaline
Draw Tyrosine
Draw Asparagine
Draw Threonine
Draw Histidine
Created by: kboivin