author={John Kelseyy Doug Whitingz David Wagnerx Chris Hall and Kathryn A. Heel and Rosalie D McCauley},
  journal={The British journal of surgery},
  volume={83 3},
Glutamine is the most abundant free amino acid in the circulation. It is a primary fuel for rapidly dividing cells and plays a key role in the transport of nitrogen between organs. Although glutamine is absent from conventional regimens aimed at nutritional support, glutamine deficiency can occur during periods of metabolic stress; this has led to the reclassification of glutamine as a conditionally essential amino acid. Experiments with various animal models have demonstrated that the… CONTINUE READING
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