Amino Acids Structures And Classification Pdf
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- Medical Physiology/Basic Biochemistry/Amino Acids and Proteins
- Proteinogenic amino acid
- Amino Acids: Structure, Groups and Function
- 2.2: Structure & Function - Amino Acids
Basic Structure of Amino Acids.
The formula of a general amino acid is:. In addition to their role as protein building blocks in living organisms, amino acids are used industrially in numerous ways. The first report of the commercial production of an amino acid was in
Medical Physiology/Basic Biochemistry/Amino Acids and Proteins
Proteinogenic amino acids are amino acids that are incorporated biosynthetically into proteins during translation. The word "proteinogenic" means "protein creating". Throughout known life , there are 22 genetically encoded proteinogenic amino acids, 20 in the standard genetic code and an additional 2 that can be incorporated by special translation mechanisms. In contrast, non-proteinogenic amino acids are amino acids that are either not incorporated into proteins like GABA , L -DOPA , or triiodothyronine , misincorporated in place of a genetically encoded amino acid, or not produced directly and in isolation by standard cellular machinery like hydroxyproline. The latter often results from post-translational modification of proteins. Some non-proteinogenic amino acids are incorporated into nonribosomal peptides which are synthesized by non-ribosomal peptide synthetases. Both eukaryotes and prokaryotes can incorporate selenocysteine into their proteins via a nucleotide sequence known as a SECIS element , which directs the cell to translate a nearby UGA codon as selenocysteine UGA is normally a stop codon.
Although there are hundreds of amino acids found in nature, proteins are constructed from a set of 20 amino acids. Generally, amino acids have the following structural properties:. All amino acids have the alpha carbon bonded to a hydrogen atom, carboxyl group, and amino group. The "R" group varies among amino acids and determines the differences between these protein monomers. The amino acid sequence of a protein is determined by the information found in the cellular genetic code.
Proteinogenic amino acid
All of the proteins on the face of the earth are made up of the same 20 amino acids. Linked together in long chains called polypeptides, amino acids are the building blocks for the vast assortment of proteins found in all living cells. All amino acids have the same basic structure, which is shown in Figure 2. With the exception of glycine, which has an R-group consisting of a hydrogen atom, all of the amino acids in proteins have four different groups attached to them and consequently can exist in two mirror image forms, L and D. With only very minor exceptions, every amino acid found in cells and in proteins is in the L configuration. There are 22 amino acids that are found in proteins and of these, only 20 are specified by the universal genetic code. The others, selenocysteine and pyrrolysine use tRNAs that are able to base pair with stop codons in the mRNA during translation.
Amino Acids: Structure, Groups and Function
Proteins are large molecules made from smaller building blocks called amino acids. If there are less than 10 amino acids the molecule is called a peptide ; if 10 to a polypeptide ; and more than a ' protein. There are twenty different amino acids, and the body can synthesize eleven of them. The other nine must be obtained in the diet, and are known as the essential amino acids. Amino acids all have the basic backbone.
2.2: Structure & Function - Amino Acids
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Based on type of functional group (R group) present amino acids are classified as: Aliphatic, aromatic, acidic, basic, acid amide, sulfur and cyclic.
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