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what is peptide bond?

MIT OCW Biology
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peptide bond links 2 amino acids together
peptide bond(CONH2) is a bond formed between COOH of one amino acid and NH2 of another amino acid after liberation of 1 H2O (water) molecule
In protein molecules, α-amino acids are linked in a linear sequence. The α-carboxylic group of one amino acid is linked to the α-amino group of the next amino acid, through a special type of amide bond( -CONH2-). this bond is known as peptide bond and it formed by a condensation reaction.

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peptide bond is the covalent bond between the carboxyl group on one amino acid and the amino group on another, formed by a dehydration reaction (removal of water molecule). I attached a drawing (good enough kind), but pardon for my penmanship.
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