Taurine (2-aminoethanesulfonic acid) is an enigmatic compound abounding in animal tissues. It is present at relatively high concentrations in all electrically excitable tissues such as brain, sensory organs, heart, and muscle, and in certain endocrine glands. Some of its physiological functions are already established, for example as an essential nutrient during development and as a neuromodulator or osmolyte, but the cellular mechanisms are still mostly a matter of conjecture. Moreover, there are a number of other putative functions of taurine less well known at present. Taurine 7 contains the proceedings of the 16th International Taurine Meeting. This meeting is a multidisciplinary symposium, with participants presenting different fields of biological science. This volume focuses on all aspects of taurine research from immunology and its effect on health to chemistry and biochemistry, including future clinical applications.Table 34.3 Effect of fermented milk supplement containing tomato on liver and kidney weight tomized and then fed basal diet; ... Femur and lumbar weight and calcium level in OVX+TS group Table 34.5 Breaking force of femur, bone mineral anbsp;...
|Author||:||Junichi Azuma, Stephen W. Schaffer, Takashi Ito|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2008-11-05|