glutamic acid

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an amino acid occurring in proteins

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Stamler, professor emeritus of the Department of Preventive Medicine in the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago, Ill, said that glutamic acid is the most common amino acid and accounts for almost a quarter (23 percent) of the protein in vegetable protein and almost one fifth (18 percent) of animal protein.
Quantitative assay using recombinant human islet glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD65) shows that 64K autoantibody positivity at onset predicts diabetes type.
Preadsorption of antibody with glutamic acid resulted in a staining reaction that was indistinguishable from that associated with untreated antibody.
Glutamic acid, arginine aspartate, caffeine, cyanocobalamin, cholecalciferol, damiana (turnera difussa), tricalcium phosphate, ginkgo biloba, korean red ginseng, yeast, nicotinamide, pyridoxine, bee pollen, riboflavin, thiamine,
Glutamic acid production in biotin rich media by temperature sensitive mutant of Brevibacterium lectofermentum.
Vitamin K2 is a cofactor of gamma-carboxylase, which converts the glutamic acid (Glu) residue in osteocalcin molecules to gamma-carboxyglutamic acid (Gla), and is, therefore, essential for gamma-carboxylation of osteocalcin.
01) in the apparent amino acid digestibilities of methionine, lysine, arginine, isoleucine, leucine, valine, histidine, alanine and glutamic acid were evident for pearl millet in caecectomized cockerels.
GABA-T is the enzyme that mediates the conversion of GABA to SSA, using [alpha]-ketoglutarate ([alpha]KG) as nitrogen acceptor, yielding glutamic acid (Fig.
The viral coat mutation substitutes lysine for glutamic acid, says Merril.
Glutamic acid is a protein component that occurs naturally in many foods consumed every day, including tomatoes, cheese, beef, chicken, peas and milk.
1) indicating an amino acid substitution from glutamic acid (E) to lysine (K) (Fig.
Various concentrations of biotin were tested in order to achieve fluent excretion of glutamic acid (glu) in a fermentation medium composed of a locally isolated Corynebacterium glutamicum strain.
Our primary objective is to organically integrate fermentation and synthesis by fully leveraging the fundamental technological capabilities, human resources, and assets we have developed and perfected since pioneering the method to manufacture glutamic acid by fermentation 60 years ago.
A 10% solution of amino acids for premature infants and young children, not containing glutamic acid.
It entails adding to a composition a non polymer acidic viscoelastic surfactant that includes one or more of the following: erucic dimethyl amido propyl betaine C29H57N203, dicarboxylic coconut derived sodium salt (Miranol C2M-SF), cocamidopropyl dimethylamine (Mackine GO-163), cocoamidopropyl betaine, alkylether hydroxypropyl sultaine (Mirataine ASC); adding to the composition an acidic constituent and a polar carrier; and admixing with the surfactant a pseudo linker that includes one or more of the following: MgS04, MgCl2, and glutamic acid diacetic acid tetra sodium salt.
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