The generation of amino acids and dipeptides
also contributes to the improvement of beef flavor.
pathways, especially those involving glycine and glutamate metabolism, changed significantly across the three time points.
The smallest neutral dipeptide
Gly-Gly was retained on the column after derivatisation with AccQ-Tag[TM] and it could be separated from the amino acid glycine, which forms both the amino acid components of this dipeptide
Human GSS is a homodimer of two 52 kDa subunits that catalyzes the synthesis of glutathione by adding glycine to the dipeptide
. GSS gene is located on chromosome 20q11.2 and includes 13 exons (1).
Effects of supplementation with free glutamine and the dipeptide
alanyl-glutamine on parameters of muscle damage and inflammation in rats submitted to prolonged exercise.
Hermann, "New dipeptide
isosteres useful for the inhibition of HIV-1 protease," Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters, vol.
When an equimolar amount of complexes 1a-3a was reacted with Ac-L-His-Gly dipeptide
, under the abovementioned experimental conditions, no reaction was observed by proton NMR spectroscopy for the complexes 2a and 3a during 48 h.
Gorbitz, "Nanotube formation by hydrophobic dipeptides
," Chemistry--A European Journal, vol.
Since SLC15A3 is a late endosome and lysosome-located histidine and dipeptide
transporter, we think SLC15A3 may use its transporter function to maintain endosome and lysosome conditions and consequently regulate the activity of DNA and RNA transporters on endolysosomal membrane, thereby affecting cytoplasmic DNA and RNA sensing.
To remedy this shortcoming, an easy and interpretable feature pertaining to the amino acid composition (AAC), dipeptide
composition (DPC), and physicochemical property (PCP) were considered.
Van Aalten, "Structure-based exploration ofcyclic dipeptide
chitinase inhibitors," Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, vol.
A part of dipeptide
derivatives (5a-c) form six-membered ring compounds (2,5-diketopiperazine: DKP (11) ), which may not polymerize anymore.