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How do d-amino acids differ from l-amino acids? What biological roles are played by peptides that contain d-amino acids?

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Amino acids are the organic compounds which are the fundamental building blocks of proteins. It is named as such because it has two functional groups, i.e., amino group and carboxylic group. Amino acids can be of two types-essential and non-essential.

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