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as·par·a·gine

 (ə-spăr′ə-jēn′)
n.
A nonessential amino acid, C4H8N2O3, that is present in large amounts in some plants, such as asparagus.

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asparagine

(əˈspærəˌdʒiːn; -dʒɪn)
n
(Biochemistry) a nonessential amino acid, a component of proteins
[C19: from French, from Latin asparagus asparagus + -ine2]
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as•par•a•gine

(əˈspær əˌdʒin, -dʒɪn)

n.
an essential amino acid, NH2COCH2CH(NH2)COOH, abundant in legumes. Abbr.: Asn ; Symbol: N
[1805–15; < French; see asparagus, -ine2]
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as·par·a·gine

(ə-spăr′ə-jēn′)
A nonessential amino acid. See more at amino acid.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.asparagine - a crystalline amino acid found in proteins and in many plants (e.g., asparagus)asparagine - a crystalline amino acid found in proteins and in many plants (e.g., asparagus)
amino acid, aminoalkanoic acid - organic compounds containing an amino group and a carboxylic acid group; "proteins are composed of various proportions of about 20 common amino acids"
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Asparagin
asparagina

asparagine

n asparagina
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The peptides and amides used (glycinamide, glycylglycine, asparagine, and glutamine) and the dibasic acids used (cyclobutane 1,1-dicarboxylic acid, oxalic acid, malonic acid, succinic acid, and adipic acid) were all provided by BDH-Biochemicals Ltd., Poole, England.
al [18] identified Agp1p as an asparagine and glutamine permease.
ASN1 and ASP3 are key enzymes of the biosynthesis of asparagine, which is utilized for intracellular nitrogen storage and nitrogen transport via vascular tissue especially when carbohydrate supply is limited [18].
In the first part to validate equivalence of ASNase enzyme activity, a standard curve of eight serial dilutions of known asparagine concentrations (0.01-0.45 [micro]g/[micro]L) was prepared.
Since one application of asparaginase was for reducing the asparagine content in raw materials for food manufacture, thus, the effects of NaCl or table salt was observed.
leucine glutamic acid asparagine threonine arginine methionine arginine
Materials.--Cytochrome C from equine and bovine heart, normal and sickle cell hemoglobin, sinapinic acid, acetic anhydride, amino acids (serine, cysteine, tyrosine, threonine, asparagine, glutamine, lysine, arginine, histidine, and glycine), urea, pepsin, and n-butylamine were purchased from Sigma (St.
Acrylamide also is formed as an intermediate in the Maillard reaction between the amino acid asparagine and reducing sugars.
Mutation analysis of the LMNA gene in this patient demonstrated a base pair change that results in an aspartic acid to asparagine amino acid change at residue 596.
The polynucleotide includes a polynucleotide which has a nucleotide sequence encoding an amino acid sequence from methionine at position 1 to asparagine at position 243 of SEQ ID NO: 2 in the sequence listing, or which has a nucleotide sequence encoding the amino acid sequence having one or several amino acid deletions, substitutions and/or additions and is capable of controlling salt stress tolerance.

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