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β-al·a·nine

(al'ă-nēn),
3-Aminopropionic acid or β-aminopropionic acid; a decarboxylation production of aspartic acid. Found in the brain, in carnosine, and in coenzyme A.
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As a result of the settlement, DNP will immediately end its involvement in business related to beta-alanine, or any salt, ester, amide or derivative of beta-alanine.
Influence of beta-alanine supplementation on skeletal muscle carnosine concentrations and high intensity cycling capacity.
Effect of beta-alanine supplementation on muscle carnosine concentrations and exercise performance.
Examines applications of Beta-alanine, its consumers
NAI is investing significant resources towards building, promoting and protecting the CarnoSyn brand, as well as supporting the upcoming launch of our new SR CarnoSyn sustained release beta-alanine powder," said Mark A.
Supplementing with beta-alanine has been shown to significantly delay muscle-fatigue to help bodybuilders maximize their growth-stimulating reps.
CarnoSyn beta-alanine royalty and licensing revenue increased 67.
Addition of 200 mg/liter histidine and beta-alanine (separately or in combination) had no effect on the mean life span of flies.
EAS Peak contains a proprietary blend of beta-alanine, isomaltulose and HMB.
Creative") to stop Creative from intentionally and improperly trying to mislead NAI's actual and potential customers and wrongfully interfering with NAI's CarnoSyn beta-alanine business.

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