Biogenesis of D-amino acid containing peptides/proteins: where, when and how?

Abstract

Peptides and proteins are chiral molecules with their structure determined by the composition and configuration of the amino acids constituting them. Natural amino acids (except glycine) display two chiral types (l- and d-enantiomers). For example, the presence of octopine, a derivative of l-arginine and d-alanine in octopus, or peptidyl poly-d-glutamic… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/psc.2637

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