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20 Amino Acids Structure and Abbreviations

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Glycine
(Gly, G) Neutral-nonpolar, hydrophobic
Alanine
(Ala, A) Neutral-nonpolar, hydrophobic
Leucine
(Leu, L) Neutral-nonpolar, hydrophobic
Isoleucine
(Ile, I) Neutral-nonpolar, hydrophobic
Valine
(Val, V) Neutral-nonpolar, hydrophobic
Proline
(Pro, P) Neutral-nonpolar, hydrophobic. Imino Acid: Rigid and found between different regions of secondary structure within a protein chain.
Tryptophan
(Trp, W) Neutral-nonpolar, hydrophobic
Phenylalanine
(Phe, F) Neutral-nonpolar, hydrophobic
Methionine
(Met, M) Neutral-nonpolar, hydrophobic
Serine
(Ser, S) Neutral-polar, hydrophilic
Threonine
(Thr, T) Neutral-polar, hydrophilic
Tyrosine
(Tyr, Y) Neutral-polar, hydrophilic
Asparagine
(Asn, N) Neutral-polar, hydrophilic
Glutamine
(Gln, Q) Neutral-polar, hydrophilic
Cysteine
(Cys, C) Neutral-polar, hydrophilic
Aspartate
(Asp, D) Acidic, negatively charged
Glutamate
(Glu, E) Acidic, negatively charged
Lysine
(Lys, K) Basic, positively charged
Arginine
(Arg, R) Basic, positively charged
Histidine
(His, H) Basic, positively charged
Neutral-Nonpolar, Hydrophobic
Glycine, Alanine, Leucine, Isoleucine, Valine, Proline, Tryptophan, Phenylalanine, Methionine
Neutral-Polar, Hydrophilic
Serine, Threonine, Tyrosine, Asparagine, Glutamine, Cysteine
Acidic Amino Acids
Aspartate, Glutamate
Basic Amino Acids
Lysine, Arginine, Histidine