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Types of Amino Acids

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Glutamine Report Abuse
Hydrophilic and polar uncharged amino acid.
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Leucine Report Abuse
Another type of amino acid, which is the building block of protein.
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Alanine Report Abuse
One of the common amino acids. The building blocks of proteins
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Methionine Report Abuse
Hydrophobic, nonpolar amino acid.
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Isoleucine Report Abuse
All amino acids have a central or alpha carbon, to which are bonded 4 groups.
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Arginine Report Abuse
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Histidine Report Abuse
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Tyrosine Report Abuse
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Glycine Report Abuse
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Valine Report Abuse
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Aspartic Acid Report Abuse
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Cysteine Report Abuse
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Phenylalanine Report Abuse
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Proline Report Abuse
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