Aspartic


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As`par´tic


a.1.(Chem.) Pertaining to, or derived, asparagine; as, aspartic acid.
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For example, the mice exposed to nicotine, especially the males, had lower concentrations of glycine, serine, and aspartic acid, which could weaken the addictive effect of nicotine.
Some bacterial species, such as Borrelia burgdorferi and Mycobacterium tuberculosis, are naturally resistant to fosfomycin because they encode an aspartic acid residue instead of cysteine in the active site of MurA.
At P35756143 the C-A change of nucleotide, changes the codon from GCT-GAT, causing an amino acid substitution from alanine (A) to aspartic acid (D).
Over the years, they have supported local charities, individuals and teams, including Team GB Taekwondo athlete, Simone Abley; Hebburn Cricket Club; the WACFC U14 girls team; and Aspartic RUFC.
ABSTRACT The American lobster [Homarus americanus (Edwards, 1837)] is an omnivore decapod with generalist and opportunistic feeding habits, in which gastric fluid cysteine and aspartic peptidases are the main proteolytic enzymes.
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01% amino acid solution of alanine, aspartic acid, cysteine, cystine, glutamine, histidine, leucine, lysine, tyrosine and thiamine supplemeted in basal medium was investigated.
Secretory aspartic proteinase activity was demonstrated in 13 out of 27 (48%) of the Candida isolates.
In another study leucine was found in high concentration (118 mg/g) followed by lysine (95 mg/g) in whey protein concentrate whereas among the non-essential amino acids, maximum concentration was reported for glutamic acid (154 mg/g) followed by aspartic acid (107 mg/g) (Etzel, 2004).
In this case there were substitutions of Alanine instead of Glycine in codon 12 (GCT instead of GGT) and Aspartic acid instead of Alanine in codon 13 (GAT instead of GGT).
Among the amino acids present in the pea proteins are glutamic, aspartic, arginine and lysine.