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An acid that has two acidic hydrogen atoms; an example is oxalic acid.
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Most type I membrane proteins have a diacidic
or dihydrophobic motif, and the type II glycosyltransferases have a [RK(X)RK] motif proximal to the transmembrane domain (67).