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by Hans Brückner,Noriko Fujii

eBook D-Amino Acids in Chemistry, Life Sciences, and Biotechnology download ISBN: 3906390659
Author: Hans Brückner,Noriko Fujii
Publisher: Wiley-VCH; 1 edition (January 31, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 392
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Department of Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology, Graduate School of Engineering, University of Fukui .

Department of Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology, Graduate School of Engineering, University of Fukui, 3-9-1 Bunkyo, Fukui, 910-8507, Japan. 2. Department of Applied Biological Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Kagawa University, 2393 Ikenobe, Miki-cho, Kita-gun, Kagawa, 761-0795, Japan. Department of Frontier Fiber Technology and Sciences, Graduate School of Engineering, University of Fukui, 3-9-1 Bunkyo, Fukui, 910-8507, Japan.

The majority of the contributions published in D-Amino Acids in Chemistry, Life Sciences and Biotechnology result from this event and reflect the long-standing interest . Hans Brückner was born in 1944 near Stuttgart, Germany

Hans Brückner was born in 1944 near Stuttgart, Germany. After several years employment as chemical engineer in synthetic peptide chemistry at Ciba in Basel/Switzerland, he graduated and received his equivalents of MSc and PhD in chemistry at Tübingen University in 1979.

d-Amino Acid Residues in Proteins Related to Aging and Age-Related Diseases and a New Analysis of the Isomers . Authors and affiliations. In: d-Amino acids in chemistry, life sciences, and biotechnology.

d-Amino Acid Residues in Proteins Related to Aging and Age-Related Diseases and a New Analysis of the Isomers in Proteins. Willey-VHC, ZürichGoogle Scholar. Masters PM, Bada JL, Zigler JS Jr (1977) Aspartic acid racemisation in the human lens during ageing and in cataract formation. Nature 268(5615):71–le Scholar. Masuda W, Nouso C, Kitamura C, Terashita M, Noguchi T (2002) d-Aspartic acid in bovine dentine non-collagenous phosphoprotein.

Because D-amino acids are consumed by animals and humans as part of their normal diets, a need .

Because D-amino acids are consumed by animals and humans as part of their normal diets, a need exists to develop a better understanding of their roles in nutrition, food safety, microbiology, physiology, and medicine. To contribute to this effort, this nted overview surveys our present knowledge of the chemistry, nutrition, safety, microbiology, and pharmacology of D-amino acids.

Gas chromatographic detection of D-amino acids in natural and thermally treated bee honeys and studies on the mechanism of their formation as result of the Maillard reaction.

Quirinus B Broxterman. D-amino acids have been considered as unnatural amino acids and it has been the common belief that D-amino acids are not present in eukaryotes. However, improvements and developments of analytic methods have shown the D-amino acids are present in a considerable amount of eukaryotes and even in humans. Gas chromatographic detection of D-amino acids in natural and thermally treated bee honeys and studies on the mechanism of their formation as result of the Maillard reaction.

Ryuichi Konno, Hans Bruckner, Antimo D'Aniello. D-Amino acids are stereoisomers or optical isomers of naturally occurring L-amino acids. D Amino acids and L-amino acids have almost the same physical and chemical properties

Ryuichi Konno, Hans Bruckner, Antimo D'Aniello. D Amino acids and L-amino acids have almost the same physical and chemical properties. Indeed, equal amounts of D-amino acids and L-amino acids (racemic mixture) are produced by chemical synthesis. Until recently, living organisms were thought to contain exclusively L-amino acids.

Hans Brückner Noriko Fujii. peptide-bound d-amino.

'D-Amino Acids in Chemistry, Life Sciences and Biotechnology' presents a collection of state of the art contributions from leading scientists in D-amino acid research, a field that has significant implications in relation to health care, research in age-related and neuronal diseases, pharmaceutical chemistry and food science.The increasing importance of D-amino acids and the need for a forum to exchange ideas and hypothesis led to the foundation of the 'D-Amino Acid Research Society' in Japan, followed by the First International Conference on D-Amino Acid Research in 2009. The majority of the contributions published in D-Amino Acids in Chemistry, Life Sciences and Biotechnology result from this event and reflect the long-standing interest of the Guest Editors and their co-workers and collaborators in the field of D-amino acid research.