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(Science: biochemistry) A single unit within a polymer, such as an amino acid within a polypeptide or protein.

This term reflects the fact that sugars, nucleotides, and amino acids usually lose a few atoms (usually hydrogen and oxygen) when they are polymerised into a larger molecule.

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