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Amino acid metabolism, Biological transport, Comparative Physiology. Together, let's build an Open Library for the World.
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Processes involved with. absorption of peptides and free amino acids by gastro In animal tissues, 12 amino acid transport systems. absorption of peptides and free amino acids by gastro. intestinal tract (GIT) were complex and were. mediated by a number of important factors (Webb, 1990; Saier, 2000). Peptides may play a leading role. in amino acid absorption and thus information. regarding supplementary dietary protein and amino. acids absorption need to be examined closely. Attention is given to historical. In animal tissues, 12 amino acid transport systems. are involved (Christensen, 1984).
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Nevertheless, translocations of sugars and amino acids across the plasma membrane are specific and .
Nevertheless, translocations of sugars and amino acids across the plasma membrane are specific and controlled processes, biologically as well as chemically. Recent advances in techniques for isolation of plasma membranes have made it feasible to study transport properties of animal cells without the complications encoutered in viable cells. This approach has been applied to sugar and amino acid transport in plasma membranes of several tissues, and intact transport systems for D-glucose, D-fructose, neutral L-amino acids, and dipeptides have been demonstrated.
The study of amino acid transport and associated systems is thus of critical importance, for example, to those interested . Classification Amino acids may be grouped according to their transport affinities or essential role in animal nutrition or on the basis of catabolic fate of the carbon skeleton.
The study of amino acid transport and associated systems is thus of critical importance, for example, to those interested in the processes of intestinal absorption and brain function. Animals have a wide array of cells and this diversity is matched by a complex system of transporters of amino acids which operates on the basis of substrate specificity and ion requirements (Matthews, 2000). Additional subsets are also recognized, based on common structural features.
Amino acids are building blocks for proteins in all animals. Based on growth or nitrogen balance, amino acids were traditionally classified as nutritionally essential or nonessential for mammals, birds and fish. Adequate provision of all amino acids (including NEAA) in diets enhances the efficiency of animal production. In this regard, amino acids should not be classified as nutritionally essential or nonessential in animal or human nutrition. Texas A&M University’s optimal ratios of amino acids in diets for swine and chickens.
Amino acid transport systems in bovine mammary tissue . Journal of Dairy Science 68, 2436–2451. Baumrucker, C. Pocius, P. A. & Riss, T. L. (1981). Epithelial cell entry and exit competition amongst amino acids in the isolated perfused lactating mammary gland of guinea pig. In Carrier Mediated Transport of Solutes from Blood to Tissue, pp. 369–372. Metcalf, J. Sutton, J. Cockburn, J. Napper, D. J. & Beever, D. E. (1991).
The kinetic parameters for several amino acids are reported and other properties of the transport systems . We have studied the interactions among a varied group of neutral amino acids for uptake into two different animal tissue culture cell lines.
The kinetic parameters for several amino acids are reported and other properties of the transport systems are discussed. 3T3 mouse cells and Chinese hamster ovary cells were used in these studies. The results showed that the affinities of the amino acids clustered into two groups, one including amino acids such as glycine, alanine, and c acid and the other group included amino acids such as leucine and phenylalanine. The specificities and properties o. ONTINUE READING.