L-arginine


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L-arginine

An amino acid promoted as a dietary supplement and sometimes employed by athletes to increase energy levels, human growth hormone levels, or performance in sports.
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Accurately weighed drug-loaded microspheres equivalent to 100 mg of L-arginine were added to 0.1 N HCl and shaken on a mechanical shaker for 24 h.
The effect of L-arginine on the carbon yield, morphology and surface chemical groups of CMs was researched.
Since basal NO production did not affect the ATP-evoked current amplitudes, we gradually increased the bath concentration of L-arginine to increase NO production and observe its effect on the purinergic currents (Figure 3A-D with 10, 100, 300, and 500 [micro]M L-arginine).
L-citrulline (purity [greater than or equal to] 99%) and L-arginine (purity [greater than or equal to] 98%) standard were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich (St.
Since current analytical methods described in the literature for quantification of L-arginine and ADMA involve relatively complicated and time-consuming sample preparation procedures, the aim of the present study was to investigate whether simple and fast PP before quantification of the biomarkers L-arginine, ADMA, and SDMA in human plasma may result in acceptable analytical performance evaluated by the FDA guideline for bioanalytical validation [24].
French maritime pine-bark extract and L-arginine aspartate--an amino acid chelate--work together to stimulate nitric oxide synthase, thus producing sufficient bioactive nitric oxide to induce and maintain an erection.
The findings of this study demonstrated altered brain arginine metabolism in the aged rats in the chemical-and region-specific manners and the neuroprotective effect of vitamin E in the form of TRF via the modulation of brain L-arginine metabolism.
Rats were randomly allocated to 4 groups: (1) control group: intraperitoneal normal saline (2.5g/kg, 2 injections, 1 hour apart); (2) untreated AP group: intraperitoneal L-arginine (2.5 g/kg, 2 injections, 1 hour apart) [37]; (3) CQCQD treated group: L-arginine and intragastric CQCQD (20 g/kg, 2 hourly x 3 doses); or (4) carbachol treated group: L-arginine and intraperitoneal carbachol (60 [micro]g/kg, single injection).
The L-arginine content of a typical Western diet has been estimated to be 5.6 g per day.
The effect of dietary L-arginine intake on the level of antibody titer, the relative organ weight and colon motility in broilers.
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One or two methyl groups are added to the guanidino nitrogen (NG)of arginine with the synthesis of NG-monomethyl L-arginine, also calledL- NG-Monomethylarginine (L-NMMA), ADMA and symmetric dimethylarginine (SDMA), respectively.3 ADMA formation is characterised by the addition of two methyl groups on a single guanidino nitrogen of the arginine residue.