betaine


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betaine

[′bēd·ə‚ēn]
(organic chemistry)
C5H11O2N An alkaloid; very soluble in water, soluble in ethyl alcohol and methanol; the hydrochloride is used as a source of hydrogen chloride and in medicine. Also known as lycine; oxyneurine.
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One of these nutritional strategies for reducing stress in the broiler is the use of betaine as a feed additive in the poultry diet (Zimmermann et al.
Women in the experimental groups were treated with a capsule preparation of the B group vitamins and NAC, as well as boswellia 50mg, myo-inosotol 200mg and betaine 175mg.
excised leaf water retention, proline, sugar, glycine betaine, cell membrane stability and osmotic adjustment (Table 1).
The present study was conducted to investigate the proximate composition and the L-carnitine and betaine contents of meats from five lines of KIC, which are proposed as candidates for selection, to obtain potentially useful information for establishing selection strategies to develop a new chicken breed that can produce highly nutritious meat with health benefits from the bioactive compounds such as L-carnitine and betaine in meat.
The betaine market is segmented on the basis of application into food & beverages, animal feed, cosmetics, detergents, and others (including pharmaceuticals, and reagents).
This is the first report on such finding; it is hypothesized that the supplementary betaine may flourish the bacteria communities, including those which may help to break down the fiber content in the diets.
TechNavio's analysts forecast the Global Betaine market will grow at a CAGR of 5.
Keywords: Escherichia coli, outer membrane, cytoplasmic membrane, periplasmic space, nucleoid, ribosomes, vesicles, aberrant mesosomes, betaine
Washington, July 8 ( ANI ): Betaine, a nutrient found in shellfish and beets, boosts athletic performance by almost six percent when added to a sports drink, a new study has revealed.
Naturally occurring quaternary ammonium compounds including choline, glycine betaine and carnitine, found in many microbial environments, which have different biological functions.