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What are Polypeptides?

Chemical synthesis, larger than 40 amino acids but less than 100 amino acids (FDA, FDA-2018-N-2732, 2018)
Peptides generally refer to a class of compounds formed by dehydration and condensation of 3-50 A-amino acids.
Compounds usually formed by dehydration and condensation of 10 to 100 amino acid molecules are called polypeptides.
Polypeptide usually refers to the peptide chain composed of no more than 50 amino acids, within the small molecular chemical drugs (molecular weight 5000),
Two amino acids linked together are peptides, less than 100 amino acids are the polypeptides what we are discussing, and many drug peptides are between 10 and 100 amino acid molecules.