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alanine
What amino acid is this?
glycine
What amino acid is this?
isoleucine
What amino acid is this?
isoleucine
What amino acid is this?
leucine
What amino acid is this?
proline
What amino acid is this?
valine
What amino acid is this?
lysine
What amino acid is this?
histidine
What amino acid is this?
Tryptophan
What amino acid is this?
tyrosine
What amino acid is this?
cysteine
What amino acid is this?
serine
What amino acid is this?
threonine
What amino acid is this?
Arginine
What amino acid is this?
aspargine
What amino acid is this?
glutamate
What amino acid is this?
phenylalanine
What amino acid is this?
methionine
What amino acid is this?
glutamine
What amino acid is this?
aspartate
What amino acid is this?
The R groups of which of the 20 naturally occuring amino acids are positively charged at physioloigcal pH?
K, R, H
The R groups of which of the 20 naturally occuring amino acids are negatively charged at physioloigcal pH?
D, E
The R groups of which of the 20 naturally occuring amino acids contain aromatic rings?
Y, W, F
The R groups of which of the 20 naturally occuring amino acids are aliphatic molecules?
A, G, I, L, V, P
The R groups of which of the 20 naturally occuring amino acids are polar and uncharged?
S, T, C, N, Q
The R groups of which of the 20 naturally occuring amino acids contain sulfur atoms?
C, M
A
alanine
C
cysteine
D
aspartate
E
glutamate
F
phenylalanine
G
glycine
H
Histidine
I
isoleucine
K
lysine
L
leucine
M
methionine
N
aspargine
P
proline
Q
glutamine
R
arginine
S
serine
T
threonine
V
valine
W
tryptophan
Y
tyrosine