Glyphosate pathways to modern diseases V : Amino acid analogue of glycine in diverse proteins

@inproceedings{Samsel2016GlyphosatePT,
  title={Glyphosate pathways to modern diseases V : Amino acid analogue of glycine in diverse proteins},
  author={Anthony Samsel and Stephanie Seneff},
  year={2016}
}
While it might be expected that fidelity is always perfect in mapping from the DNA triple code to the specific amino acid it codes for, multiple studies have shown that this is not the case [1–5]. In addition to coding errors leading to substitution of another core amino acid, there exist hundreds of non-protein amino acids that could be substituted, some of which occur naturally in plants [1, 2]. Others are produced as oxidation products of the original amino acids [3]. In inflammatory… CONTINUE READING

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