L Asparagine - Benefits and Side effects of Asparagine Amino Acid

   
AsparagineAsparagine is a non-essential amino acid that the body can manufacture in the liver. It is required by the nervous system to maintain equilibrium and is also required for amino acid transformation from one form to the other which is achieved in the liver. This amino acid increases the resistance to fatigue, thereby stepping up the stamina of athletes.

Molecular Weight - 132.12

Occurence - 4.53%

Asparagine Deficiency Symptoms

Deficiency symptoms of asparagine can lead to confusion, headaches, depression, irritability, or, in extreme cases, psychosis.








 

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