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[[Pharmacology]] ====See Also==== * [[Glycation]] * [[Longevity]] ====Description==== ====Abstracts==== . . . Hipkiss AR. * Carnosine (beta-alanyl-L-histidine) has protective functions additional to anti-oxidant . . . aging. The dipeptide carnosine (beta-alanyl-L-histidine) is often found in long-lived mammalian tissues . . . anti-glycating agent, carnosine (beta-alanyl-histidine), whilst vegetarians may lack intake of the . . . Perry G, Smith MA. * Carnosine (beta-alanyl-L-histidine) has recently attracted much attention as . . .
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[[Immunology]] ====See Also==== * [[Basophil]] ====Description==== http://biology.kenyon.edu/slonc/bio3/amino_acids/Histidine/histamine%20structure.gif . . . of histamine (hist = because it's made up of histidine residues, amine = because it's a vasoactive . . .
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[[Biochemistry]] ====See Also==== ====Description==== '''Lysine''' is one of the 20 amino acids normally . . . as a basic amino acid, along with arginine and histidine. It is an essential amino acid, and the human . . .
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[[Physiology]] ====See Also==== * [[Serpins]] * [[Zymogen]] ====Description==== In biochemistry, serine . . . consisting of three essential amino acids: histidine (His 57), serine (Ser 195) (hence the name . . . bond. * The pair of electrons on the nitrogen histidine has the ability to accept the hydrogen from . . . aspartic acid in turn hydrogen bonds with the histidine, making the pair of electrons mentioned above . . . attacks the carbonyl carbon, the nitrogen of the histidine accepts the hydrogen from the -OH of the . . .
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<table><tr><td> http://www.dadamo.com/wiki/coral-sm.jpg </td><td>Articles . . . ---- <aggregate "Cystine" "Cysteine" "Histidine" "Valine" "Aspartic acid" "Lysine" "Zinc . . .
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