, glutamic acid, glycine, and [beta]-alanine levels fell by 72.0%, 68.6%, 34.6%, and 31.9%.
In the much-publicized case of a dinosaur from Utah, they found that D-enantiomers in aspartic acid
had reached 21 percent, casting further doubt on the authenticity of DNA from this sample (SN: 12/2/95, p.373).
As shown in Table 3, following storage at -20[degrees]C for 2 weeks, concentration of four amino acids were significantly decreased compare to R0 min: phosphoserine, aspartic acid
, a-amino adipic acid, and alanine.
Trucco looks at a portion of the gene that codes for aspartic acid
. People who have a specific alteration of the gene, he says, are 107 times more likely than others to develop Type I diabetes.
Same pattern was observed with aspartic acid
In p.D514V, a polar negative amino acid aspartic acid
has been substituted to a nonpolar aliphatic amino acid valine which disrupted the normal function of cGMP-binding site of CNGA3 polypeptide produced from one allele of the CNGA3 gene.26 This further strengthens the importance of aspartic acid
at 514 position of CNGA3 protein.
We prepared ten kinds of metabolites, which are pyruvic acid; glucose-6-phosphate dipotassium salt; fructose-6-phosphate dipotassium salt; succinic acid; aspartic acid
; isocitric acid trisodium salt; citric acid; glutamate acid; [alpha]-ketoglutarate acid; fumaric acid acid respectively.
Approximately 200 g samples of each organic growing medium amendment (i.e., seafood waste compost (SFWC), municipal solid waste compost (MSWC), and vermicompost (VC) was sent to Covance Laboratories (Madison, Wisconsin, USA) for analyses of 17 amino acids (i.e., aspartic acid
, threonine, serine, glutamic acid, proline, glycine, alanine, valine, isoleucine, leucine, tyrosine, phenylalanine, lysine, histidine, arginine, cysteine, and methionine).
The first group consisted of seven amino acids (glycine, ornithine, alanine, leucine/isoleucine, tyrosine, aspartic acid
, and glutamic acid) that drop sharply from the zerotime point collected shortly after birth to the median of the 6-12 month age group.
Aspartic proteinases (EC 3.4.23) or aspartyl proteinases are endopeptidases having two aspartic acid
residues (Asp32 and Asp215, pepsin numbering) within their active site that are vital for their catalytic activity .
Tseng et al  classified free amino acids in food as being related to umami (aspartic acid
, glutamic acid), sweet (serine, glycine, threonine, alanine), bitter (valine, methionine, isoleucine, leucine, phenylalanine, histidine, arginine), and other tastes (glutamine, tyrosine, lysine, and proline).
In fish protein hydrolysates, the amino acids found in greater quantities are aspartic acid
and glutamic acid (Klompong et al., 2009, Yin et al., 2010, Ghassem et al., 2014, Hou, Li, & Zhao, 2011).