Iso-electric point is a

Options :
  1. specific temperature
  2. suitable concentration of amino acid
  3. hydrogen ion concentration that does not allow migration of amino acid under electric field
  4. melting point of an amino acid under the influence of electric field
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Answer: Option 3

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