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  1. Glycine is the simplest amino acid.
  2. It is the only amino acid without an asymmetric carbon atom.
  3. Hence, it does not have D- or L- forms.
  4. ‘The  side chain’ consists of hydrogen.
  5. It possesses only one amino acid and one carboxylic group and neither substituent nor functional group.
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