Side chains of amino acids

Most biology and biochemistry textbooks have a table showing the twenty amino acids found in proteins.  Here’s a figure you can use to quiz your knowledge:

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2 Responses to Side chains of amino acids

  1. mullenv says:

    Hey there! Just letting everyone know I can post on the blog. Yay!

  2. phil says:

    Hi mullenv– Let’s see if the next person can post a brand new message rather than leaving a comment. I think that means whoever is next to try this will need to login to the blog, choose ‘new post’, give the post a title, and then write a quick message.

    Also please note — By logging in and viewing your profile, you should then be able to choose a different user name than your onid name if you would like to do that.

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