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(Science: [[Amino acid]]) The most [[Abundant]] [[Amino acid]] found [[In]] [[Proteins]]. Confers hydrophobicity and has [[A]] [[Structural]] rather than [[A]] [[Chemical]] [[Role]].
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(Science: [[amino acid]]) The most [[abundant]] [[amino acid]] found in [[proteins]]. Confers hydrophobicity and has a [[structural]] rather than a [[chemical]] [[role]].
[[A]] [[White]] [[Crystalline]] [[Amino acid]] occurring [[In]] [[Proteins]] that is [[Essential]] for nutrition; obtained by the [[Hydrolysis]] of most [[Dietary]] [[Proteins]].An [[Amino acid]] commonly found [[In]] [[Proteins]]
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a [[white]] [[crystalline]] [[amino acid]] occurring in [[proteins]] that is [[essential]] for nutrition; obtained by the [[hydrolysis]] of most [[dietary]] [[proteins]].An [[amino acid]] commonly found in  [[proteins]].
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[[mrna]] codon-C, [[u]], U/C/A/G

Latest revision as of 11:52, 26 March 2007

Leucine

(Science: amino acid) The most abundant amino acid found in proteins. Confers hydrophobicity and has a structural rather than a chemical role. a white crystalline amino acid occurring in proteins that is essential for nutrition; obtained by the hydrolysis of most dietary proteins.An amino acid commonly found in proteins.

mrna codon-C, u, U/C/A/G