Later mutations caused different gene copies to become better at either tryptophan or histidine synthesis, or in some cases both reactions.
What does HIS stand for?
HIS stands for Histidine (Amino Acid)
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We have 232 other meanings of HIS in our Acronym Attic
- Helping International Students (various schools)
- Hic Iacet Sepultus (Latin: here lies buried)
- Hiding in Shadows
- High Intensity Signal
- High Resolution Spectroscopy Mission
- High-Impedance Surface
- High-Infrared Spectrometer
- High-Resolution Interferometer Spectrometer
- Highest International Standards (travel agency; Japan)
- Hightech Information Systems Ltd
- Historical Information System (software)
- Høgskolen I Stavanger (Norwegian: University of Stavanger)
- Hokkaido International School (Japan)
- Home Improvement Specialist
- Home Integration System
- Home Internet Service
- Honeywell Information Systems, Incorporated
- Horeca Internet Services (Netherlands ISP)
- Horizontal Situation Indicator
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The effects of GanedenBC30 with protein were examined in a randomized, double-blind crossover clinical trial on key amino acids, including leucine (the regulator for muscle protein synthesis), isoleucine and valine (branched chain amino acids), as well as histidine, alanine, asparagines, citrulline, cystine, glutamine (a key amino acid for supporting ph balance and the immune system), methionine, ornthinine, serine, threonine, tryptophan and phenylalanine.
of Edinburgh King's Buildings Campus, UK), who took care to find highly expert authors from around the world, are arranged thematically as follows: enzymes and metabolism (properties, structure, function, regulation, implications--of glutamate dehydrogenase, aminotransferases, histidine decarboxylase, among others); dynamics (e.
In this study the effect of histidine with different concentrations on trichophyton mentagrophytes.
Their topics include a natural history of sensor domains in bacterial signaling systems, sensing ligands by periplasmic sensing histidine kinases with sensory pas domains, bacterial chemoreceptors as membrane-spanning allosteric enzymes, metal-dependent and metal responsive regulatory systems, and thiol-based sensory factors.
If the EPR spectra of Cu(II)-bound H86A frataxin loses the signal for histidine coordination, this will indicate the location of one potential iron binding site.