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AMINO ACIDS

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0939-4451

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1438-2199

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  • Biomedical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Pharmacology and pharmacy (Medical and Health Sciences )
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  • Nutrition and food technology (Agricultural sciences)
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  • Hydration of amino acids: FTIR spectra and molecular dynamics studies

    The hydration of selected amino acids, alanine, glycine, proline, valine, isoleucine and phenylalanine, has been studied in aqueous solutions by means of FTIR spectra of HDO isotopically diluted in H2O. The difference spectra procedure and the chemometric method have been applied to remove the contribution of bulk water and thus to separate the spectra of solute-affected HDO. To support interpretation of obtained spectral results,...

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  • Inhibitors of amino acids biosynthesis as antifungal agents
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    Fungal microorganisms, including the human pathogenic yeast and filamentous fungi, are able to synthesize all proteinogenic amino acids, including nine that are essential for humans. A number of enzymes catalyzing particular steps of human-essential amino acid biosynthesis are fungi specific. Numerous studies have shown that auxotrophic mutants of human pathogenic fungi impaired in biosynthesis of particular amino acids exhibit...

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