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glutamate

[′glüd·ə‚māt]
(biochemistry)
A salt or ester of glutamic acid.
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concluded that in mice the plasma concentration of glutamate must exceed a threshold of 75 micromol/dl for neuronal damage to occur (25).
It has been shown that the route of administration of glutamate has an effect on the concentration of glutamate in the blood.
daily intake, their plasma levels of glutamate are 57 times less than the levels at which damage occurs in mice.
Life Science Research Office (1993), "Tentative Report: Adequacy of Existing Scientific Information on Possible Adverse Reactions to Monosodium Glutamate," Prepared for the Food and Drug Administration under Contract No.
1979), "Free and Bound Glutamate in Natural Products," In: Filer, L.
Kimizuka (1979), "Psychometric Studies on the Taste of Monosodium Glutamate," In: Filer, L.

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