Amino acid, Biology

Amino acid is any of a class of 20 molecules which are combined to form the proteins in living things. Consisting of the general formula NH2-CHR-COOH, where "R" is the side chain which defines amino acid: The series of amino acids in a protein and thus protein function are determined by genetic code.

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