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An oligopeptide (oligo-, "few") consists of a small number of amino acids linked together, as opposed to a polypeptide (poly-, "many"). Precise size range is generally up to the individual, but oligopeptides are generally accepted to be from 3 to 40 component amino acids in length.
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