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a crystalline amino acid that occurs in many proteins

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Dosimetry by ESR spectroscopy of alanine. Int J Appl Radiat Isot 1982; 33: 1101-1114, doi: 10.1016/0020-708x(82)90238-1.
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0.150 g alanine was dissolved in 10.0 mL formic acid to prepare a 1.5 wt% alanine solution.
Ramachandran, "Crystal structures of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis secretory antigen alanine dehydrogenase (Rv2780) in apo and ternary complex forms captures "open" and "closed" enzyme conformations," Proteins: Structure, Function and Genetics, vol.
A straightforward approach to assessing the alanine time dependence would be to irradiate a select group of alanine dosimeters and record their response over several years.
Isolation of bacterial isolates: Ahmad and Nadeem (1993), while working on the screening of bacterial isolates for amino acid fermentation confirmed that most of the bacterial isolates obtained form soil and water yielded alanine, valine and glutamic acid.
Other improved barstar DNAs encode improved barstar proteins which have an N-terminus which starts with Met-Xaa wherein Xaa is Alanine, Valine, Glycine, Aspartic acid or Glutamic acid.
Transport and metabolism of palmitic acid ([S] = 1 [Mu]M) could account for an average of 37% of the metabolic demand, while [is less than]1% of the metabolic rate could be supplied through alanine transport.
A combined primary endpoint of greater than or equal to 2 log10 decline in HDV RNA and normalization of alanine aminotransferase at the end of 48 weeks of treatment has been accepted by the FDA as the primary endpoint and would be supportive of an accelerated approval of two lonafarnib-based, ritonavir-boosted regimens.
Its synthesis occurs through carnosine synthase enzyme having the beta alanine as a limiting precursor.
Serum test results included the following: aspartate aminotransferase, 4007 U/L (reference interval, 11-47 U/L); alanine aminotransferase, 715 U/L (reference interval, 7-53 U/L); alkaline phosphatase, 67 U/L (reference interval, 38-126 U/L); lactate dehydrogenase, 6150 U/L (reference interval, 100-250 U/L); creatinine, 1.6 mg/dL (141 [micro]mol/L) [reference interval, 0.7-1.3 mg/dL (62-115 [micro]mol/L)].
Initial experiments used two amino acids - alanine and glycine - and sodium sulfite, which is less oxidized compared to sulfate.
Presumptive diagnosis of exertional myopathy was based on history of recent capture or trauma, clinical signs, and elevation of aspartate aminotransferase, alanine aminotransferase, creatine kinase, lactate dehydrogenase, and serum potassium.
Laboratory features showed severe anemia (hemoglobin 62 g/L; hematocrit 0.24), with low platelet count (90 x [10.sup.3]/[micro]L) and elevated leukocyte count (130 x [10.sup.3]/[micro]L), together with a moderate increase in liver enzymes (both aspartate aminotransferase and alanine aminotransferase were more than twice the upper limit of normal values).