The active site of an enzyme is situated in its amino acids _________ .
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The active site is the part of an enzyme to which substrates bind and where a reaction is catalyzed.
The active site of an enzyme is situated in its amino acid's R groups.
So, the correct option is 'R-groups'.
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Amino acids can be classified as α−,γ−,δ− and so on depending upon the relative position of an amino group with respect to a carboxyl group. Which type of amino acids forms polypeptide chain in proteins?
Amino acids have both an amino group and a carboxyl group in their structure. Which amongst the following is an amino acid ?
(a) Formic acid (b) Glycerol
(c) Glyolic acid (d) Glycine
In a polypeptide, the carboxyl group of one amino acid is bound to the amino group of the next amino acid by .
A bond formed between carboxyl group of one amino acid and amino group of adjacent amino acid, is called
A certain compound occupied a site Y of an enzyme near to the active site. This immediately resulted in the change of shape of the active site. Y is called a/an ______