glycine


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the simplest amino acid found in proteins and the principal amino acid in sugar cane

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Molecular Weights of Glycine max TGX1485-1D Proteins (Daltons) 50,118 45,709 43,652 42,658 41,687 38,019 33,884 30,903 28,840 25,119 20,417 19,498 18,621 17,378 15,849 14,125 13,180 9,772 8,317 7,943 7,586
Glycine is an amino acid used in a variety of different applications including pet food and pharmaceuticals.
5 grams glycine in the morning and 5 grams in the evening.
The importance of glutamate, glycine, and gamma-aminobutyric acid transport and regulation in manganese, mercury and lead neurotoxicity.
Glycine max Dare plants were grown under greenhouse conditions and plant tissues (pod, leaf, lateral root) harvested at 18 and 35 d after flowering (DAF).
Meanwhile, the survival rates of mice after radiation exposures, both low-LET radiation and heavy particle radiation, are improved when glycine betaine is administered.
But at that stage the discovery was little use because it meant having to administer very high amounts of glycine.
Aspartic acid, glutamic acid, serine, [beta]-alanine, L-alanine, glycine, and taurine were analyzed from the FAA pool in the oyster gill tissues and finally expressed as [micro]mol FAA/g dry tissue weight.
Investigators have tested two crops--maize and glycine max--that are at high risk for containing GM ingredients.
Arginine:glycine amidinotransferase (AGAT) is the enzyme responsible for the conversion of arginine and glycine into guanidinoacetate (GuAc) and ornithine in creatine biosynthesis.
Use of zinc gluconate glycine lozenges reduces the frequency and shortens the durations of colds in school-aged children, said Betty Howell McElroy and Shelley a Porter Miller of the Heritage Center in F Provo, Utah.
The database lists 117 nutrient categories for each food, including tryptophan, retinol, glycine and others that are not typically included on food package labels.
The calcium, magnesium, zinc and potassium additives are formulated with glycine which dramatically increases the solubility of these minerals.
Meanwhile, the Commission set anti-dumping duties of Euro 910 per tonne on imports of glycine from China - although only eight Member States currently back the plans.