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  1. Aspartic acid is a nonessential amino acid . Amino acids are building blocks of proteins. "Nonessential" means that our ... Aspartic acid helps every cell in the body work. It plays a role in: Hormone production and release ...
  2. ... acid) in the gelsolin protein: the amino acid aspartic acid at position 187. The most common mutation replaces the aspartic acid with the amino acid asparagine (written as Asp187Asn ...
  3. ... Mitochondrial aspartyl-tRNA synthetase attaches the amino acid aspartic acid to the correct tRNA, which helps ensure that aspartic acid is added at the proper place in the ...
  4. ... plays a role in adding the amino acid aspartic acid at the proper place in mitochondrial proteins.Mutations ... synthetase enzyme activity, which hinders the addition of aspartic acid to mitochondrial proteins. It is unclear how the ...
  5. ... breaks down a compound called N-acetyl-L-aspartic acid (NAA) into aspartic acid (an amino acid that is a building block ...
  6. ... affects how the body breaks down and uses aspartic acid . ... MRI scan Urine or blood chemistry for elevated aspartic acid DNA analysis
  7. ... that causes LADD syndrome replaces the amino acid aspartic acid with the amino acid asparagine at position 513 ...
  8. ... the amino acid glycine with the amino acid aspartic acid at position 396 (written as Gly396Asp or G396D). ...
  9. ... the amino acid asparagine with the amino acid aspartic acid at protein position 314 (written as Asn314Asp or ...
  10. ... A21G). In the Iowa type, the amino acid aspartic acid is switched with the amino acid asparagine at ...
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