Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to or obtained from asparagin. Also asparagic, asparginic.

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  • adjective (Chem.) Pertaining to, or derived, asparagine.

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to aspartic acid or its derivatives

Etymologies

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From asparagus

Examples

  • DSM's Preventase and Novozyme's Acrylaway both convert asparagine into another amino acid called aspartic acid.

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  • Most attention in the past two years for reducing the chemical has focused on the use of enzymes to convert asparagine into another amino acid called aspartic acid, thereby preventing the creation of acrylamide.

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  • DSM's Preventase and Novozyme's Acrylaway both convert asparagine into another amino acid called aspartic acid.

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  • DSM's Preventase and Novozyme's Acrylaway both convert asparagine into another amino acid called aspartic acid.

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  • DSM's Preventase and Novozyme's Acrylaway both convert asparagine into another amino acid called aspartic acid.

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  • Amids: this term is frequently applied to the nitrogenous non-albuminoid compounds of vegetable foods and feeding stuffs, among which are amido acids, such as aspartic acid and asparagin.

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  • Later, with the advent of an anticodon loop, some amino acids (such as aspartic acid, histidine, arginine) assumed a catalytic role while bound to such extended adaptors, in line with the original coding coenzyme handle (CCH) hypothesis.

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  • Blaylock makes use of almost 500 scientific references to show how excess free excitatory amino acids such as aspartic acid and glutamic acid (about 99 percent of monosodium glutamate (MSG) is glutamic acid) in our food supply are causing serious chronic neurological disorders and a myriad of other acute symptoms. (

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  • Jerry Nick, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine at National Jewish Health, and his colleagues report in the April 2009 issue of The Journal of Medical Microbiology that a long string of aspartic acid molecules disrupts the molecular bonds that hold together the structure supporting Pseudomonas biofilms.

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  • Glutamate, asparagines and glutamine are formed from their precursor, aspartic acid.

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