Essential amino acid

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Essential [[Amino acids|amino acids]] are amino acids that cannot be synthesised by the body, but have to be obtained through the diet via food<ref>Berg, Jeremy M., John L. Tymoczko, Lubert Stryer, and Richard I. Gumport. "Chapter 23.1 Proteins Are Degraded to Amino Acids." Biochemistry. 6th ed. Basingstoke: W.H.Freeman &amp;amp;amp;amp; Co, 2006. 650-51. Print.</ref>.<br>  
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Essential [[Amino acids|amino acids]] are amino acids that cannot be synthesised by the body but have to be obtained through the diet via food<ref>Berg, Jeremy M., John L. Tymoczko, Lubert Stryer, and Richard I. Gumport. "Chapter 23.1 Proteins Are Degraded to Amino Acids." Biochemistry. 6th ed. Basingstoke: W.H.Freeman and Co, 2006. 650-51. Print.</ref>.<br>  
  
Essential amino acids<ref>Berg, Jeremy M., John L. Tymoczko, Lubert Stryer, and Richard I. Gumport. "Chapter 23.1 Proteins Are Degraded to Amino Acids." Biochemistry. 6th ed. Basingstoke: W.H.Freeman &amp;amp;amp;amp; Co, 2006. 650-51. Print.</ref>:<br>  
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Essential amino acids<ref>Berg, Jeremy M., John L. Tymoczko, Lubert Stryer, and Richard I. Gumport. "Chapter 23.1 Proteins Are Degraded to Amino Acids." Biochemistry. 6th ed. Basingstoke: W.H.Freeman and Co, 2006. 650-51. Print.</ref>:<br>  
  
*[[Histidine|Histidine <br>]]  
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*[[Histidine|Histidine]]  
*[[Isoleucine|Isoleucine ]]<br>
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*[[Isoleucine|Isoleucine]]  
*[[Leucine|Leucine <br>]]  
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*[[Leucine|Leucine]]  
*[[Lysine|Lysine]] <br>
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*[[Lysine|Lysine]]
*[[Methionine|Methionine ]]<br>
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*[[Methionine|Methionine ]]  
*[[Phenylalanine|Phenylalanine <br>]]  
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*[[Phenylalanine|Phenylalanine]]  
*[[Threonine|Threonine <br>]]  
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*[[Threonine|Threonine]]  
*[[Tryptophan|Tryptophan<br>]]  
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*[[Tryptophan|Tryptophan]]  
*[[Valine|Valine <br>]]
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*[[Valine|Valine]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:48, 3 December 2018

Essential amino acids are amino acids that cannot be synthesised by the body but have to be obtained through the diet via food[1].

Essential amino acids[2]:

References

  1. Berg, Jeremy M., John L. Tymoczko, Lubert Stryer, and Richard I. Gumport. "Chapter 23.1 Proteins Are Degraded to Amino Acids." Biochemistry. 6th ed. Basingstoke: W.H.Freeman and Co, 2006. 650-51. Print.
  2. Berg, Jeremy M., John L. Tymoczko, Lubert Stryer, and Richard I. Gumport. "Chapter 23.1 Proteins Are Degraded to Amino Acids." Biochemistry. 6th ed. Basingstoke: W.H.Freeman and Co, 2006. 650-51. Print.
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