alanyl


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alanyl

[′al·ə‚nil]
(organic chemistry)
The radical CH3CHNH2CO‒; occurs in, for example, alanyl alanine, a dipeptide.
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DPP-IV, an enzyme located mainly on endothelial cells and in circulation, preferentially cleaves N-termini with either prolyl or alanyl residues in the second position (63).
This study confirms the attachment of alanyl group at C-8 and the position of C-3 in the form of C = O of BLP.
Alanyl Glutamine--a stable dipeptide derivative of L-Alanine and L-Glutamine, which stimulates the synthesis of amino acids and proteins, enhances the immune system and also functions as an in vivo antioxidant.