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The endogenous NMDA receptor (NMDAR) agonist d-aspartate occurs transiently in the mammalian brain because it is abundant during… Expand Free d-aspartate (d-Asp) occurs in substantial amounts in the brain at the embryonic phase and in the first few postnatal days… Expand The atypical amino acid d-aspartate (d-Asp) occurs at considerable amounts in the developing brain of mammals. However, during… Expand D-Aspartate, an abundant d-amino acid enriched in neuroendocrine tissues, can be degraded by d-aspartate oxidase (Ddo). To… Expand In this study, using an enzymatic HPLC method in combination with D-aspartate oxidase, we show that N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA… Expand The functionality of the C-terminus (Ser-Asn-Leu; SNL) of human d-aspartate oxidase, an enzyme proposed to have a role in the… Expand D-Amino acids administered to animals are absorbed by the intestine and transported through the blood-stream to solid tissues… Expand 1. D-Amino acid oxidase (D-AAO) oxidizes: D-Met, D-Pro, D-Phe, D-Tyr, D-Ile, D-Leu, D-Ala and D-Val. D-Ser, D-Arg, D-His, D… Expand By means of subcellular fractionation D-aspartate oxidase was shown to be localized in peroxisomes in rat and human liver. The… Expand The flavoprotein D-aspartate oxidase (EC 184.108.40.206) has been purified to homogeneity from beef kidney cortex. The protein is a… Expand