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As per available reports about 4115 relevant journals, 622 Conferences, 84 workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to Aminoacids sequence and about 106 articles are being published on Aminoacids sequence.
Amino acid sequence, is the order in which amino acid residues, connected by peptide bonds, lie in the chain in peptides and proteins. The sequence is generally reported from the N-terminal end containing free amino group to the C-terminal end containing free carboxyl group. Peptide sequence is often called protein sequence if it represents the primary structure of a protein.
Many peptide sequences have been added to sequence databases. These databases may use various notations to describe the peptide sequence. The full names of the amino acids are rarely given; instead, 3-letter or 1-letter abbreviations are usually recorded for conciseness. Several deductions can be made from the sequence itself. Long stretches of hydrophobic residues may indicate transmembrane helices. These helices may indicate the peptide is a cell receptor. Certain residues indicate a beta sheet area. If full-length protein sequence is available, it is possible to estimate the isoelectricpointof the protein. Methods for determining the peptide sequence include deduction from DNA sequence, Edman degradation, and mass spectrometry.
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The scope allows the use various notations to describe the peptide sequence. The full names of the amino acids are rarely given; instead, 3-letter or 1-letter abbreviations are usually recorded for conciseness. Several deductions can be made from the sequence itself. Long stretches of hydrophobic residues may indicate transmembrane helices. These helices may indicate the peptide is a cell receptor. Certain residues indicate a beta sheet area. If full-length protein sequence is available, it is possible to estimate the isoelectricpointof the protein. Methods for determining the peptide sequence include deduction from DNA sequence.Techniques in sequence analysis can be applied to learn more about the peptide. These techniques generally consist of comparing the sequence to other sequences from sequence databases. Other sequences may have already been studied and determined to be significant. Findings about these sequences may be applicable to the sequence under investigation.
As per available reports about 4115 journals, 622 Conferences are presently dedicated exclusively to Amino Acids and about 1,83,249 articles are being published on the current trends in Amino Acids. In terms of research annually, USA, India, Japan, Brazil and Canada are some of the leading countries where maximum studies related to proteomics are being carried out. As reported from the above articles, Amino Acids are biologically important organic compounds composed of amine (-NH2) and carboxylic acid (-COOH) functional groups, along with a side-chain specific to each amino acid. The key elements of an amino acid are carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen. The root word “Amino Acids” is referred to an organic substituent known as a "side-chain". Amino Acids research is very important for development of biodegradable polymers, in molecular medicine and diagnostics and hence it is of utmost importance for scientists working on Amino Acids to seek the latest research work in this field.
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