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Glutamine, Glutamic Acid, And Their Athletic Edge

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      Article Title: Glutamine, Glutamic Acid, And Their Athletic
      Author: Darrell Miller
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      L-Glutamic acid is an amino acid first discovered in Germany in
      1866, and is a key component of many foodstuffs, to which it
      contributes flavor. It is also involved in cellular metabolism,
      and a number of other essential biological functions, including
      the preservation of muscle tissue and glycogen replacement
      during exercise. For the latter reasons it is used as a
      supplement to provide and athletic edge to athletes.

      let's have a look at the part played by L-Glutamic acid, its
      salts in the form of glutamates and the amino form glutamine.
      Glutamine is formed by substituting an amine group for a
      side-chain hydroxyl in glutamic acid, and each of these is one
      of the 20 amino acids necessary for the biochemical synthesis of
      the proteins that make up the tissue of the human body...

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