Polypeptides are compounds in which alpha-amino acids are linked together by peptide bonds and are also intermediates in protein hydrolysis. A compound obtained by dehydration condensation of two amino acid molecules is called a dipeptide, and analogously, a tripeptide, a tetrapeptide, a pentapeptide, and the like. A compound usually obtained by dehydration condensation of 10 to 100 amino acid molecules is called a polypeptide.
A peptide is a compound in which α-amino acids are linked together by peptide bonds, and it is also an intermediate product of protein hydrolysis.
Generally, the number of amino acids contained in the peptide is two to nine. According to the number of amino acids in the peptide, the peptide has various different names: a compound obtained by dehydration condensation of two amino acid molecules is called a dipeptide, and the analogy is analogous. Peptides, tetrapeptides, pentapeptides, etc., up to the nonapeptide. Compounds usually dehydrated and condensed from 10 to 100 amino acid molecules are called polypeptides. Their molecular weights are less than 10,000 Da (Dalton, Dalton), and they can pass through the semipermeable membrane and are not precipitated by trichloroacetic acid and ammonium sulfate. There are also literatures that refer to peptides consisting of 2 to 10 amino acids as oligopeptides (small peptides); peptides of 10 to 50 amino acids are called peptides; peptides composed of more than 50 amino acids are called proteins, in other words, Protein is sometimes referred to as a polypeptide. Polypeptides, also referred to as peptides, were discovered in the 20th century.
Classification editing of peptides
The polypeptide has two kinds of biologically active polypeptides and artificial synthetic polypeptides.
Type editing of peptides
Cytokine mimetic peptide
Screening of cytokine mimetic peptides from peptide libraries using receptors of known cytokines has become a hot research topic at home and abroad in recent years. Foreign countries have screened a variety of growth factors such as human erythropoietin, human thrombopoietin, human growth hormone, human nerve growth factor and interleukin, the amino acid sequence of these peptidomimetics and their corresponding cytokine amino acids. The sequences are different, but have cytokine activity and have the advantage of having a small molecular weight. These cytokine mimetic peptides are in the preclinical or clinical research phase.
Antibacterial active peptide
When insects are stimulated by the external environment, a large number of cationic polypeptides with antibacterial activity are produced, and more than 100 kinds of antimicrobial peptides have been screened. In vitro and in vivo experiments have confirmed that multiple antimicrobial peptides not only have strong bactericidal ability but also kill tumor cells.  For example, the antimicrobial peptide D screened from silkworms has a good application prospect and can be produced by genetic engineering techniques. There are also a variety of active peptides in snake venom. A 13 amino acid (INKAIAALAKKLL) small peptide is isolated from snake venom, which has strong bactericidal ability against G+ and G-bacteria.
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Back exercise recommended: barbell boating
Skating in the back exercise is an important part of the boat! Commonly there are barbell rowing, counter-barbell rowing, dumbbell rowing, T-bar rowing and more!
These are all horizontal pulls! Mainly exercise our back muscles (orthoral muscle, rhomboid muscle, latissimus dorsi, great round muscle), deltoid posterior bundle and elbow flexor
Today I want to introduce you to a less common rowing action: barbell boating
Although it is not common, it is difficult to use large weight, but it is very useful!
The barbell piece is obtained everywhere in the gym, and it is very convenient to grasp, and it has extra points for the smoothness of the entire rowing action! A good choice for beginners!
Simultaneously! You can also use it as an auxiliary training, warm-up group between groups, or a heavy weight rowing action to pick up the barbell for several light weight boating! The feeling of the back muscles is very rewarding!
How to do?
1. Select a barbell (both sizes) and grab both ends of the bar with both hands!
2. Standing, feet and shoulder width, hips sitting backwards (bending hips), the spine keeps the neutral torso naturally leans down
3 Use the back of the leg, the tension on the back of the hip to support the body (rather than the lower back), tighten the core muscles to stabilize the spine neutral! Avoid swaying during the action
4. Bend angle (70-90 degrees): Too erect body will become shrug training!
5. After the shoulder blade is pulled, then lift the elbow and pull the barbell up to the top of the abdomen. When pulling up, pay attention to the contraction of the back, and then pull the hand to make the barbell close to the abdomen, then squeeze the back muscles in the shoulder blade. , stay for two seconds.
6. Slowly play back the barbell and feel the feeling of opening on the back, and then send it out. Until the arms are straight!
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