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serine

 [sēr´ēn]
a naturally occurring, nonessential amino acid, used as a dietary supplement, in biological studies and tests, and in culture media.
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ser·ine (S, Ser),

(ser'ēn),
2-Amino-3-hydroxypropanoic acid; the l-isomer is one of the amino acids occurring in proteins.
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serine

(sĕr′ēn′)
n.
An amino acid, C3H7NO3, that is a common constituent of many proteins.
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SERPING1

A gene on chromosome 11q12-q13.1 that encodes a highly glycosylated plasma protein which regulates the complement cascade by inhibiting activated C1r and C1s, thereby preventing complement activation.

Molecular pathology
C1-INH/SERPING1 deficiency is associated with hereditary angioneurotic oedema (HANE).
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ser·ine

(S) (sĕr'ēn)
One of the amino acids occurring in proteins.
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serine

A non-essential amino acid found as a component of most proteins. It is a precursor of choline, glucine, cysteine and pyruvate. Serine is present in most diets but most of the body serine is synthesized.
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Fig. 282 Serine . Molecular structure.

serine (S, Ser)

one of 20 AMINO ACIDS common in proteins. It has a polar ‘R’ group structure and is soluble in water. See Fig. 282 . The ISOELECTRIC POINT of serine is 5.7.
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ser·ine

(sĕr'ēn)
One of the amino acids occurring in proteins.
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