Encephalitis associated with glutamic acid
decarboxylase autoantibodies in a child: a treatable condition?
The mutation of the residue aspartic acid by a glutamic acid
may occur naturally due to a misrepair on the DNA replication and by a substitution of the third nucleotide of the codons GAU and GAC to GAA to GAG, corresponding to aspartic acid and glutamic acid
According to Table 1, the pure magnetite has a specific surface area of ~156 [m.sup.2]/g and an average pore size of 5.75 nm while the use of salicylic acid leads to an increased specific surface area and practically no change of the pore size; the use of glutamic acid
leads to an important decrease of the specific surface area and an increase of the pore size while the use of trichloroacetic acid leads to a strong increase of the specific surface area (almost two times higher specific surface area compared with reference magnetite) and a corresponding decrease of the average pore size, down to 3.45 nm.
Only glutamic acid
showed carryover effect (<1%).
The capacity of colonisation was studied using 40 g of beads in 25 ml of modified Landy medium (pH 7 buffered with MOPS 100 mM without glutamic acid
) in 250 ml conical flasks at 30[degrees]C and agitation at 40 rpm.
The two most common forms of DM are type 1 (T1DM) and type 2 (T2DM), with the former resulting from T-cell-mediated autoimmune destruction of b-cells of the pancreas, whereas the latter is characterised by insulin resistance with a non-autoimmune insulin secretory defect.1 Autoimmune DM is characterised by the presence of one or more islet-specific autoantibodies, including islet cell autoantibodies (ICA), insulin (IAA) and autoantibodies directed against the three major islet autoantigens - glutamic acid
decarboxylase 65 (GADA), protein tyrosine phosphatase IA-2A and its isoform IA-2b/phogrin (IA-2bA).2,3
Clinical significance of glutamic acid
decarboxylase antibodies in patients with epilepsy.
Papaya contains mainly two types of amino alkanoic acid, amino acid and glutamic acid
. Amino acid is present in large quantity as compared to glutamic acid
"We studied seven amino acids -- arginine, cysteine, glutamic acid
, glycine, histidine, leucine, and tyrosine.
However, protein reduction and supplementation of glutamic acid
in the treatment with 15.17% of CP + 0.341% L-glutamic acid promoted higher egg production than the control diet, showing that laying hens of 34-54 weeks of age presents better balance of amino acids in this treatment.
Valine substituted for glutamic acid
at the sixth position of the beta chain
gluta-micum) is one of the major organisms widely used for glutamic acid