aminoacids - Alanine Glycine Leucine Valine Serine Cysteine...

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O OH R H H 2 N The universal amino acids. The twenty common amino acids, together with their names ("Glycine"), 3- letter abbreviation ("gly") and now-universal 1-letter symbol ("G"). The symbol "X" is reserved for "unknown" or "unspecified amino acid. All have the handedness shown at the right. AMINO ACIDS N H OH O OH O NH 2 OH O NH 2 O HO OH O NH 2 OH O NH 2 HS OH O NH 2 HO OH O NH 2 OH O NH 2 O H 2 N OH O NH 2 S OH O NH 2 OH O NH 2 HO OH O NH 2 HO OH O NH 2 OH O NH 2 N H OH O NH 2 N N H OH O NH 2 N H NH H 2 N OH O NH 2 H 2 N OH O NH 2 HO O OH O NH 2 O H 2 N OH O NH 2
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Unformatted text preview: Alanine Glycine Leucine Valine Serine Cysteine Threonine Isoleucine Methionine Asparagine Glutamine Proline Phenylalanine Tyrosine Tryptophane Aspartic acid Glutamic acid Histidine Arginine Lysine gly, G ala, A leu, L val, V ser, S cys, C thr, T ile, I met, M asn, B gln, Q pro, P phe, F tyr, Y trp, W asp, D glu, E his, H arg, R lys, K...
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2008 for the course CHEM 104 taught by Professor Tomasik during the Spring '08 term at Wisconsin.

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