Glycine is a non-essential amino acid for the human body. It has both acidic and basic functional groups in the molecule. It can be ionized in water and has strong hydrophilicity.
Glycine (Glycine, abbreviation Gly), the chemical formula is C2H5NO2 and is white solid under normal temperature and pressure. It has both acidic and alkaline properties in the molecule. The functional group can be ionized in water and has strong hydrophilicity, but it is a non-polar amino acid.