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)</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.<sup>(1)&nbsp;</sup>  
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[[Image:Serine.jpg|512x301px|Serine molecule]]
  
 
1.Lodish, H. et al, 2008.Molecular Cell Biology. 6th edition. New York,NY:WH Freeman and Company.
 
1.Lodish, H. et al, 2008.Molecular Cell Biology. 6th edition. New York,NY:WH Freeman and Company.

Revision as of 17:22, 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) 

Serine molecule

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

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