20 Amino Acids and Their R-Group

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Know which amino acids has hydrophilic or -phobic side chains (R-group), charged or uncharged, and polar or nonpolar
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Arginine [Arg; R]: Positively-charged + Hydrophilic
Histine [His; H]: Positively-charged + Hydrophilic
Lysine [Lys; K]: Positively-charged + Hydrophilic
Aspartic acid [Asp; D]: Negatively-charged + Hydrophilic
Glutamic acid [Glu; E]: Negatively-charged + Hydorphilic
Serine [Ser; S]: Polar + Uncharged + Hydrophilic
Threonine [Thr; T]: Polar + Uncharged + Hydrophilic
Asparagine [Asn;N]: Polar + Uncharged + Hydrophilic
Glutamine [Gln; Q]: Polar + Uncharged + Hydrophilic
Tyrosine [Tyr; Y]: Polar + Uncharged + Hydrophilic
Cysteine [Cys; C]: Polar + Uncharged + Hydrophilic
Gylcine [Gly; G]: Polar + Uncharged + Hydrophilic
Proline [Pro; P]: Polar + Uncharged + Hydrophilic
Alanine [Ala; A]: Nonpolar + Hydrophobic
Isoleucine [Ils; I]: Nonpolar + Hydrophobic
Leucine [Leu; L]: Nonpolar + Hydrophobic
Methionine [Met; M]: Nonpolar + Hydrophobic
Phenylalanine [Phe; F]: Nonpolar + Hydrophobic
Tryptophan [Trp; W]: Nonpolar + Hydrophobic
Valine [Val; V]: Nonpolar + Hydrophobic
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