A peptide bond occurs between two of what type of acid?

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Jun 12, 2017

Answer:

A peptide bond occurs between two amino acids.

Explanation:

The peptide bond ties a string of amino acids into a protein. The acid part of one amino acid combines with the amine or nitrogen part of another amino acid. Water is released and a peptide bond is formed. When a number of amino acids are tied together the new macro molecules becomes a protein.