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ASP

abbreviation for either an ACT OF THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT in the sense of the devolved body created at the end of the twentieth century, or of the Sovereign parliament prior to 1707.
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The amino acid profile of the amniotic fluid indicates that it is rich in glutamic acid, aspartic acid, leucine and lysine, which may be major requirement in the late developing embryo.
Aspartic acid, glutamic acid and and leucine also showed high concentrations in most of the invertebrates.
In contrast, the nonessential amino acids alanine, aspartic acid, glutamic acid, glycine, and proline are all enriched relative to bulk values in both studies.
Aspartic acid racemization in tooth enamel from living humans.
Replacement of a proline amino acid residue by aspartic acid disrupts an important interaction between monomer peptide chains, allowing rapid dissociation of hexamers and dimers into monomers.
Other chemicals used in this experiment were: zinc chloride (MERCK), aspartic acid (BDH Chemicals Ltd.
Biodegradable polymers company Flexible Solutions International Inc (NYSE Amex:FSI)(FRANKFURT:FXT) said on Thursday that its Taber Alberta, aspartic acid from sugar plant, has reached its commercial operating status.
A single nucleotide polymorphism G894T within exon 7, resulting in a replacement of glutamic acid by aspartic acid at codon 298, a functional 27 bp variable tandem repeats (VNTR) in intron 4 (intron 4 a/b) of eNOS gene and a single nucleotide polymorphism T-786C at the promoter region has been extensively investigated with regard to its association with cardiovascular diseases.
When APM molecule gets metabolized, it lets out methyl alcohol along with phenylalanine and aspartic acid, turning into a neurotoxin.
The change from aspartic acid to serine does not affect enzyme activity because this site is not critical for catalytic activity (14).
Five amino acids made in spark-tube experiments and found within meteorites--glycine, alanine, aspartic acid, glutamic acid and valine--appear to be related.