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Amino Acids Structure, Features, Role in Human Body, Role in Protein construction



Amino Acids Chemical Compositions, Foods containing Amino Acids, Structure, Importance for Living Beings

Twenty percent of the human body is made of protein. Protein plays an important role in almost all biological processes and amino acids help in its construction work.

A large part of our cells, muscles and tissues is made of amino acids, which means that they meet many important physiological functions, such as giving their structure to cells, they also play an important role in transportation and storage of nutrients. The limbs of amino acids also affect the function of limbs, glands, stomata and arteries.

They are necessary to remove all types of wastewater generated in connection with the repair of wounds and tissues, especially muscles, bones, skin and hair, as well as metabolism.

The amino acid work as monomeric units of proteins. Depending on the absence of the proteins, processes, elasticity and persistence, stability, chemical reactivity, etc. on their lateral chains (R groups). Keeping the acid-base balance by giving or giving proteins (H) as needed.

Glutamate and glutamine work as a gateway to enter the organism of nitrogen in the process. After the deamination of redundant amino acids, energy is obtained from the remaining alpha-keto acid part.

Glycine produces porphyrin ring, which takes an important part in the formation of haemoglobin, cytochromes and molecules of fennel or chlorophyll.


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