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A molecule comprising two or more amino acid molecules. They are joined by 'bonds', whereby the amino acid group of one is linked to that of another.
The number of amino acid molecules in the peptide is indicated by reference to it as a di-, tri-, or polypeptide (two, three or many amino acids) See 'Amino Acids'; 'Protein';
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