GABA

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GABA

[′ga·bə or ‚jē‚ā‚bē′ā]
(organic chemistry)
γ-aminobutyric acid
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Therefore, on water absorption, glutamate decarboxylase (GAD) is activated and glutamic acid is converted into GABA.
The growth increases after 40 hrs of aerobic cultivation, while the GABA amount of fermented rice remains low in level.
The GABA content in fermented rice increases with the progress in anaerobic cultivation.
The GABA content in fermented rice increase with decrease in oxygen concentrations.
Extract Extract yield (% Flavonoid content GABA content (% w/w of w/w of dry plant (% w/w of the the extract) material) extract) PAS 1 8.
In the present study of 5 extracts prepared from a single batch of Passiflora incarnata, we found that different extraction methods influenced the extract yield and total flavonoid and GABA content.
While many plant extracts contain amino acids, Passiflora extracts were found to have the highest GABA content of 21 examined plants (Carratu et al.
1] GABA receptors, they may be more effective as anticonvulsants than as anxiolytics.