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  • However, the high level of glutamine in the culture media may inhibit other amino acid transport activities.
  • Each amino acid is more or less likely to mutate into various other amino acids.
  • Some other amino acids are perceived as both sweet and bitter.
  • Again unlike the other amino acids, no free pool of selenocysteine exists in the cell.
  • Progress in isolating the other amino acids will be very slow, with less than a handful in total during the whole 19th century.
  • Cortisol has an opposite effect on aminoisobuteric acid than on the other amino acids.
  • Pseudoproline dipeptides can be introduced in the same manner as other amino acid derivatives.
  • They also discovered that by replacing one or two units of a triplet with other nucleotides, they could direct the production of other amino acids.
  • Further transaminations are carried out make other amino acids (most commonly aspargine) from glutamine.
  • Before the hormone is released from the cell, the signal peptide and other amino acids are removed.
  • The regeneration of this substance is critical for the proper processing of several other amino acids in the body.
  • Related ligands can be derived from other amino acids other than glycine, notably aspartic acid.
  • It also affects the rate of peptide bond formation between proline and other amino acids.
  • Other amino acids help my body manufacture growth hormones and I use them from the time I begin training seriously in spring through the end of the summer triathlon competition season. Cited from How and When to Be Your Own Doctor,Moser & Solomon
  • Other amino acid changes were seen to alter the dimerization of the protein, leading to improper folding.
  • IQGAP1 has 5 well-known domains separated by other amino acids.
  • This is because the transport system which brings tryptophan across the blood-brain barrier is also selective for the other amino acids which are contained in protein food sources.
  • In order to form other amino acids, the plant uses transaminases to move the amino group to another alpha-keto carboxylic acid.
  • Moreover, this beetle uses canavanine as a nitrogen source to synthesize its other amino acids to allow it to develop.
  • Unlike other amino acids present in biological proteins, selenocysteine is not coded for directly in the genetic code.
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