T is for Threonine, which is most often substituted with Serine and Alanine, both of which are encoded by nearby codons to the 4 codons used to encode Threonine (ACx). Threonine is an essential amino acid aids in maintaining intestinal health as it is an important component of gastrointestinal mucin and is also aids in maintaining intestinal immune function via signaling pathways.
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