[Solved] Elastase Is a Protease Enzyme That Cleaves Peptide Bonds on the Carbonyl

Question 16
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Question 16

Elastase is a protease enzyme that cleaves peptide bonds on the carbonyl side of the amino acids glycine and alanine.What products result from treatment of a peptide with the primary structure shown below with elastase? Pro-Gly-Phe-Ala

A)the individual amino acids proline, glycine, phenylalanine, and alanine
B)Pro-Gly, phenylalanine, and alanine
C)proline, Gly-Phe, and alanine
D)Pro-Gly, and Phe-Ala
E)proline, glycine, and Phe-Ala

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