Chemistry (including Biochemistry)/pI


mostafa mahmoud wrote at 2013-01-11 23:25:34
don't assume that.  because the whole electric charge for peptide others wise postively charge or negative charge at the same net charge will carry the same (pI)so that peptide 2 -3 and 3 +4 have the same (pI) but diffrrent in (pH)

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