Containing 45 papers written by outstanding international authors from 14 countries, this three-volume compendium brings together the elements needed to understand the factors which influence the utilization of amino acids. The wide-ranging topics include descriptions of metabolic pathways and mechanisms of the biological utilization of amino acids, as well as factors that influence amino acid bioavailability in enteral and parenteral nutrition. The use of amino acids to improve the quality and safety of the diet is presented. Also discussed are amino acid precursors of biogenic amines and the role of amino acids in atherosclerosis, cancer, and immunity. Scientists from many disciplines will benefit from this broad overview.Their data showed a significant increase (23.5%) in the maximum work load attained at the end of 8 weeks. ... Valproic acid (2-propylpentanoic acid), a widely used anticonvulsant drug, has been demonstrated to cause carnitine deficiency, aquot; and rarely Reye-like syndrome and ... DL-carnitine (200 mg/100 g body weight) suppressed this effect, but it did not alter aquot;CO, production from (aquot;C) 3- hydroxybutyrate.
|Title||:||Absorption and Utilization of Amino Acids|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1989-07-31|