Origin of arginine
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Rather, the pandemic virus uses that codon about 3 percent of the time that its genome calls for arginine—not common, but not impossibly scarce either—and, importantly, that other coronaviruses make use of it too, at similar or greater frequency.
There are actually six different codons for arginine, and the one found in a particular region of the SARS-CoV-2 genome called the furin cleavage site does occur less frequently in viruses than it does in the human genome.
They are rich in glutamine, lysine, and arginine, though low in EAA methionine.
In vertebrates, the basis for the phosphoric acid is creatine, whereas invertebrates have arginine instead.