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Valine, a common amino acid.

Valine, abbreviated as Val or V, is one of the twenty common amino acids used by living organisms to build proteins. It is one of the aliphatic, non-polar, hydrophobic amino acids, and as such, it is often buried within hydrophobic patches in proteins.