Amino acids

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Amino acids — The building blocks of proteins. In vertebrates, there are 20 amino acids. In a gene, each amino acid is encoded by a sequence of 3 nucleotides (triplet) that instructs the cell to insert that amino acid in a specific position as the protein is assembled. No triplet encodes for more than one amino acid but different triplets encode for the same amino acid.


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