Serine - a silk protein- needed for the metabolism of fats and fatty acids, muscle growth, and a healthy immune system. It aids in the production of immunoglobulins and antibodies, and is a constituent of brain proteins and nerve sheaths. Serine is important in the production of cell membranes, and muscle tissue synthesis.
Serine is important in cells' energy production It aids memory and nervous system function. Serine helps builds up immune system by producing immuno-globulins and antibodies.
Molecular Weight - 105.09
Occurence - 7.34 %
Serine Food Sources
Food sources of serine include meat and soy foods, as well as many foods that often cause allergic reactions, such as dairy products, wheat gluten, and peanuts.