Serine

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Serine is a a polar [[Amino acid|amino acid]] with an uncharged side chain of CH<sub>2</sub>OH. The single letter code for this amino acid is S.<sup>(1)&nbsp;</sup>  
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Serine is a a polar [[Amino acid|amino acid]] with an uncharged side chain of CH<sub>2</sub>OH. The single letter code for this amino acid is S&nbsp;<ref>Lodish, H. et al, 2008.Molecular Cell Biology. 6th edition. New York,NY:WH Freeman and Company.</ref>.<sup>&nbsp;</sup>  
  
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1.Lodish, H. et al, 2008.Molecular Cell Biology. 6th edition. New York,NY:WH Freeman and Company.
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Revision as of 18:03, 15 November 2010

Serine is a a polar amino acid with an uncharged side chain of CH2OH. The single letter code for this amino acid is S [1]. 

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References

  1. Lodish, H. et al, 2008.Molecular Cell Biology. 6th edition. New York,NY:WH Freeman and Company.
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