poly(amino acids)

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pol·y(a·mi·no ac·ids)

(pol'ē-a-mē'nō as'idz),
Polypeptides that are polymers of aminoacyl groups, that is, of -NH-CHR-CO-; typically, a term used with homopolymers. See: poly- (2).
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