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Leucine

Leucine is one of the 20 most common amino acids on Earth, and coded for by DNA. Its chemical composition is identical to that of isoleucine, but its atoms are arranged differently resulting in different properties. Nutritionally, in humans, leucine is an essential amino acid.



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