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The forces at work on proteins/ glutamic acid and valine. By Christian Noelker . Van Der W aals forces . All atoms attract b/c of protons and electrons . Electrostatic charge . Positive ions attract negative Asp→→ arg very stong ↑. S-S bonds .

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The forces at work on proteins glutamic acid and valine

The forces at work on proteins/ glutamic acid and valine

By Christian Noelker


Van der w aals forces
Van Der Waals forces

  • All atoms attract b/c of protons and electrons


Electrostatic charge
Electrostatic charge

  • Positive ions attract negative

  • Asp→→arg

    very stong ↑


S s bonds
S-S bonds

  • Two cysteine amino acids will form a very strong bond


Hydrogen bonds
Hydrogen bonds

  • Water molecules are like tiny magnets and stick (POLAR stick to POLAR)


Hydrophobic
Hydrophobic

  • Literally means water fearing or hating

  • Hydrophobic aminio acids

  • Phenylalanine (phe), proline (pro), alanine (ala), valine (val), isoleucine (ile), leucine (leu), glycine (gly), tryptophan (trp)

  • No attraction to polar stuff so non-polar


Hydrophilic
Hydrophilic

  • Literally mean water loving

  • Is polar attracts to polar stuff

  • Positive acids- Arg, Lys

  • Negative acids- Asp, Glu

  • Partially positive/negative- Tyr, Met,Asn, Thr, Gln, Ser, His.


Glutamic acid
Glutamic acid

  • It is normal and hydrophilic, it has a negative charged and doesn’t cause stickiness

  • Hemoglobin proteins stick together because the valines stickiness (cause hydrophobic)makes them stick to the sickle shape.


Valine
Valine

  • Is abnormal and hydrophobic, it has no charge and does cause stickiness.

  • Hemoglobin proteins stick together because the valines stickiness (cause hydrophobic)makes them stick to the sickle shape.