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  • noun organic chemistry The univalent radical obtained by removal of a hydrogen atom from the carboxylic acid group of aspartic acid

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  • The consumption of an aspartame-laden food or beverage contributes to the plasma the three natural compounds contained within the aspartame molecule: the amino acids phenylalanine and aspartic acid, and the alcohol methanol (15), possibly as well as various peptides (like B-aspartame or the aspartyl-phenylalanine diketopoperazine that are formed from it spontaneously, on the shelf, or enzymatically, after its consumption).

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  • Cloning and characterization of the human gene encoding aspartyl b-hydroxylase.

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  • Friedman, P.A.: A fully active cata - lytic domain of bovine aspartyl (asparaginyl) b-hydroxylase expressed in Escherichia coli: characterization and evidence for the identification of an active-site region in vertebrate a-ketoglutarate-dependent dioxygenases.

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  • Sardana, M.K.; Stern, A.M.; Friedman, P.A.: Partial purification and characterization of bo - vine liver aspartyl b-hydroxylase.

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  • Ku, G.M.; Fu, J.; Stern, A.M.; Friedman, P.A.: The five cysteine residues located in the active site region of bovine aspartyl (asparaginyl) b - hydroxylase are not essential for catalysis.

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  • Nishiyama, M.; de la Monte, S.; Stern, A.M.; Wands, J.R.; Friedman, P.A.: Overexpression of human aspartyl (asparaginyl) b-hy - droxylase in hepatocellular carcinoma and cholangiocarcinoma.

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  • Garsky, V.; Stern, A.M.; Friedman, P.A.: Site-directed mutagenesis of residues in a conserved region of bovine aspartyl (asparaginyl) b-hydroxylase: Evidence that histidine 675 has a role in binding Fe2+.

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  • 275, 39543-39554 (2000) [2] Ince, N.; De la Monte, S.M.; Wands, J.R.: Overexpression of human aspartyl (asparaginyl) b-hydroxylase is associated with malignant transformation.

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