Amino acids

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Alanine

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Arginine

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Asparagine

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Aspartic acid

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Cysteine

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Glutamic acid

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Glutamine

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Glycine

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Histidine

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Isoleucine

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Leucine

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Lysine

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Methionine

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Phenylalanine

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Proline

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Serine

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Threonine

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Tryptophan

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Tyrosine

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Valine

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