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In a polypeptide sequence, that unique residue which is connected to the linear sequence by its amino group, leaving it with a free carboxy group. In practice, the carboxy group of a C-terminal residue may be modified, e.g. by amidation or, in the case of pyroglutamate, by internal lactamization. (see also N-terminal)
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