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Serine, Valine and Glycine are common forms of what acid?

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posted Jan 11, 2017 by Reshmi S

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These 3 chemical structures along with others are included in a general group known as Amino Acids i.e., they all have an amino (NH2) and an acid (COOH) group attached to a common central carbon atom which is also attached to variety of different and variable radical groups (-R).

For example: the general linear formula of an amino acid is R-CH(NH2)-COOH.

answer Jan 11, 2017 by George Davros
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