Sulfilimine bond

A sulfilimine (sulfimide) is a type of chemical compound containing a sulfur to nitrogen double bond. The parent compound is sulfilimine H2S=NH. Examples are methylphenylsulfoximine [2] and S,S-diphenylsulfilimine:[3]

Sulfilimine bonds in proteins

Sulfilimine bonds stabilize collagen IV strands found in the extracellular matrix.[4] These bonds covalently connect hydroxylysine and methionine residues of adjacent polypeptide strands to form a larger collagen trimer.


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