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a.1.(Chem.) Pertaining to, or derived, asparagine; as, aspartic acid.
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Would you give your child something with the following list of ingredients: glutamic acid, aspartic acid, lysine, phenylalamine?
Solvent-free resins available today that are designed to be cross-linked with isocyanates include aspartic esters and polyether/ polyester hybrids.
valine, aspartic acid and lysine (Fig 1A; 1B and 1C).
Likewise, serine (2.55 ug/mL), asparagine (7.64 ug/mL), alanine (0.39 ug/mL), aspartic acid (0.35ug/mL), threonine (0.20ug/mL), glutamine (0.92ug/mL), proline (0.32 ug/mL) and phenyl alanine (0.16ug/mL) were detected in Berkut under normal condition only, and under both normal and stress in Krichauff.
This variant is previously reported and is also predicted to disrupt the channel function.16 The c.1540G>A variant in exon 8 is a missense mutation leading to change a polar negative amino acid aspartic acid to a polar amino acid with uncharged amide side chain aspartame (p.D514N).
The centers of civilization has changed with the passage of time, it was a time when Athens and aspartic were the state of civilization, and then Muslims also seen a greatness as a civilized nation, we turned from the literature, art and other such thing thus we fell down and Europe adopted it.
In future, immobilized enzymes are expected to replace the batch fermentations for producing non-nutritive sweetener, amino acids, aspartic acid and tryptophan.
The TP53 p.D281E mutation replaces a highly conserved aspartic acid (Asp, D) with glutamic acid (Glu, E) at codon 281 of the TP53 protein.
We prepared ten kinds of metabolites, which are pyruvic acid; glucose-6-phosphate dipotassium salt; fructose-6-phosphate dipotassium salt; succinic acid; aspartic acid; isocitric acid trisodium salt; citric acid; glutamate acid; [alpha]-ketoglutarate acid; fumaric acid acid respectively.
The active site lies between the identical subunits and has the characteristic Asp-Thr-Gly (Asp25, Thr26, and Gly27) sequence common to aspartic proteases.