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S.

YANARI

689

centrations favor

more rapid and

complete

reaction of

dipeptides.

The nature of

the N-terminal

residue of

a dipeptide

has a profound

methyl

Cellosolve

(or dioxane)

is increased.

High methyl

Cellosolve

con-

in-

fluence on ninhydrin.

the theoretical

Glycyl,

and

the reaction

of the

dipeptides

produce

color yield from

probably

seryl,

peptide

with

molar

yields

equal yields

to those of a-amino acids.

from

alanyl

and

leucyl

On the

dipeptides

other hand, the maximal

approach

values

which

observed are twice

those of glycyl the products tides, resulting with ninhydrin.

peptides. These from the oxidative in the release of

results

are attributed

to the breakdown

of

deamination

of alanyl

and leucyl

dipep-

the C-terminal

residue

which

then

reacts

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