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A peptide bond is an amide-type of the covalent chemical bond linking two alpha-amino acids from the C1 ( carbon number one) of the carboxyl group of one alpha-amino acid and N2 (nitrogen number two) of the amino group another alpha-amino acid. It is a condensation reaction releasing a molecule of water and the resulting CO-NH bond is called a peptide bond.

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