aromatic amino

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  • Plants which are exposed to glyphosate are unable to produce aromatic amino acids and in turn die.
  • Its role in maintaining the balance of these aromatic amino acids in the cell is vital.
  • EPSPS is not present in animals, which instead obtain aromatic amino acids from their diet.
  • Eventually this results in plant death from lack of aromatic amino acids used to make pigments and flavonoids the plant requires to survive.
  • The shikimate pathway is not found in humans and other animals, which must obtain the aromatic amino acids from their food.
  • This enzyme participates in aromatic amino acid biosynthesis and two-component system - general.
  • In fact, in order to generate aromatic amino acids under primitive earth conditions it is necessary to use less hydrogen-rich gaseous mixtures.
  • This acts in the cell by monitoring the concentrations of each of the three aromatic amino acids.
  • The shikimate pathway is not present in animals, which instead obtain aromatic amino acids from their diet.
  • Other names in common use include aromatic amino acid aminotransferase, aromatic aminotransferase, and ArAT.
  • This enzyme is a member of the aromatic amino acid lyase family.
  • The isoquinoline ring in these natural compound derives from the aromatic amino acid tyrosine.
  • He identified the source for aromatic compounds in urine being the aromatic amino acids, such as tyrosine.
  • In plants and animals, this binding site is characterized by the presence of a conserved sequence of basic and aromatic amino acids.
  • Only plants, bacteria, and microbial eukaryotes are capable of producing aromatic amino acids.
  • These CM are secreted out of the cell to provide support for M. tuberculosis when it is in an aromatic amino acid deficient medium.
  • All plants and micro-organisms must synthesize their aromatic amino acids through the shikimate pathway in order to make proteins, unlike animals, which obtain them through their diet.
  • The promiscuous binding pocket of P-gp is lined with aromatic amino acid side chains.
  • The aromatic amino acids produced by the shikimate acid pathway are used by higher plants as protein building blocks and as precursors for several secondary metabolites.
  • It causes antibody formation and delayed hypersensitivity when bound to aromatic amino acids, polypeptides or proteins.
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