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Nonpolar amino acid

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nonpolar amino acid

An alpha-amino acid in which the functional group attached to the alpha-carbon (i.e., R in RCH(NH2)COOH) has hydrophobic properties; e.g., valine, leucine, alpha-aminobutyrate.