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2-Aminoadipic Acid

Known as: 2-Aminoadipic Acid [Chemical/Ingredient], Acid, alpha-Aminoadipic, Aminoadipic Acid, 2 
An alpha-amino acid that is an intermediate in the lysine degradation pathway. It is synthesized from homoisocitrate and then converted to a… 
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2013
Improvements in metabolite-profiling techniques are providing increased breadth of coverage of the human metabolome and may… 
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Metal-catalyzed oxidation results in loss of function and structural alteration of proteins. The oxidative process affects a… 
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2000
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2000
Neuronal–glial interactions play an important role in information processing in the CNS. Previous studies have indicated that… 
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2000
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2000
Continuum methods were used to calculate the electrostatic contributions of charged and polar side chains to the overall… 
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1999
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1999
In previous studies we determined the nucleotide sequence of the gene cluster containing lys20, hacA (lys4A), hacB (lys4B), orfE…