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Leucine

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 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.