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Arginine, leucine, and lysine are all essential amino acids. This means that they are (pick one correct

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1 the main intermediates to the urea cycle.


2 only available from a person's diet.


3 not needed for a body to function.


4 produced from other intermediates.


I know essential amino acids can only be obtain from diets but arginine can also be generated from urea cycle, so I'm not sure that's the correct answer

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