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(Tıp) Esansiyel bir aminoasit, lizin
bir çok proteinde bulunan bir amino asit
(isim) lizin
{i} lizin
İngilizce - İngilizce
An essential amino acid C6H14N2O2 found in most animal proteins; essential for growth especially in children
Essential amino acid Important for growth, tissue repair, and the production of hormones, enzymes and antibodies Research indicates that lysine may be useful in the treatment of migraine and herpes simplex Precursor to carnitine in the body
Bursting (and thereby death) of a cell
An amino acid with a positively charged side chain: CH(NH2)(COOH)-(CH2)4-NH3+
An amino acid with a pharmacological use much more specific than that of most other amino acids So far, supplementation of l-lysine is one of the best options available for the treatment of herpes simplex virus infections, especially oral forms Also insures the adequate absorption of calcium, helps form collagen (which makes up bone cartilage & connective tissues), and aids in the production of antibodies, hormones & enzymes
(Lys or K) Click the name to see a model of the side chain group for this amino acid
{i} amino acid which is formed from proteins through hydrolysis
an amino acid (structure of lysine)
One of the essential amino acids, present in many common proteins. Its proportion in the proteins of some important food plants (including wheat and corn) is so small that populations dependent on these grains as the sole source of dietary protein suffer from lysine deficiency, affecting growth in children and general well-being in adults. It is used in biochemical and nutritional research, in pharmaceuticals, in fortified foods, and as a nutritional supplement and feed additive
an essential amino acid found in proteins; occurs especially in gelatin and casein
An essential amino acid C{6}H{14}N{2}O{2} found in most animal proteins; essential for growth especially in children
An essential amino acid that is required for a properly balanced nutrition
lysine intolerance
a disorder in which a lack of certain enzymes makes it impossible to digest the amino acid lysine