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  • n. Plural form of carboxyl.


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  • Nucleic acids and carboxyls (or whatever, its been a long time since I was in school, canchatell?) are relatively large classes (in the nested hierarchy), and why can't 16 amino acids work as well, or five different nts?

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  • It is natural to assume that this ester form is much more prevalent in Nature than a combination of two carboxyls by the elimination of water.

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