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Tyrosine and Aspartic Acid: Properties, Sources and Health Benefits

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This book presents current research in the study of the properties, sources and health benefits of the amino acids tyrosine and aspartic acid. Topics discussed include tyrosine kinases and rheumatoid arthritis; aspartic acid racemization in the study of ancient DNA in bones; the molecular dynamics simulation for stereoinversion of aspartic acid residues; the physiological role of RTK transactivation in the central nervous system and neuropsychiatric diseases and tyrosines in ...

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Overview

This book presents current research in the study of the properties, sources and health benefits of the amino acids tyrosine and aspartic acid. Topics discussed include tyrosine kinases and rheumatoid arthritis; aspartic acid racemization in the study of ancient DNA in bones; the molecular dynamics simulation for stereoinversion of aspartic acid residues; the physiological role of RTK transactivation in the central nervous system and neuropsychiatric diseases and tyrosines in biological electron transfer.

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Preface vii

Chapter 1 Tyrosine Kinases and Rheumatoid Arthritis Antonio G. Tristano 1

Chapter 2 Tyrosines in Biological Electron Transfer Mariana Voicescu Petra Hellwig 31

Chapter 3 Molecular Mechanism Leading to Preferential Replication of Hiv-1 in Cd45ro Cd4+ T Lymphocytes Brigitte Audet Cynthia Torresilla Gilles A. Robichauz Michel J. Tremblay Benoit Barbeau 57

Chapter 4 Aspartic Acid Racemization in the Study of Ancient DNA in Bones Piera Iuliani Lucia Di Federico 79

Chapter 5 Molecular Dynamics Simulation for Stereoinversion of Aspartic Acid Residues Akifumi Oda Kana Kobayashi Ohgi Takahashi 99

Chapter 6 Central Functions of D-Aspartic Acid R. C. Cervantes Cianca L. R. Faro R. DurĂ¡n Miguel Alfonso 117

Chapter 7 Amide-Iminol Tautomerization of the C-Terminal Peptide Groups of Aspartic Acid Residues. Two-Water-Assisted Mechanism, Cyclization from the Iminol Tautomer Leading to the Tetrahedral Intermediate of Succinimide Formation, and Implication to Peptide Group Hydrogen Exchange Ohgi Takahashi Akifumi Oda 131

Chapter 8 Physiological Role of RTK Transactivation in the Central Nervous System and Neuropsychiatric Diseases Eiki Takahashi 149

Chapter 9 Functions of Brain L-Aspartate and its Derivatives on Stress Responses Shozo Tomonaga Edi Erwan D. Michael Denbow Mitsuhiro Furuse 163

Index 177

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