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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of glutamic oxalacetic transaminase:
/ɡlutæmɪk ɑksəlɑt͡ʃɛtɪk tɹænsæminɑs/

Derived Form of transaminase

noun
plural: transaminases
Noun
1
a class of transferases that catalyze transamination (that transfer an amino group from an amino acid to another compound)
Synonymsaminopherase, aminotransferase,
Type oftransferase,
Typesglutamic oxalacetic transaminase, glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase,

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  1. the second is Glutamic acid, the third is Asparagine, the fourth is Glutamic acid, the
  2. Transaminases, glutamine, pyruvic and oxalacetic in a very high degree, which
  3. Diminished urine output and elevated transaminase levels indicated kidney and liver damage.
  4. So, let's do complete hemocrome, transaminase, glycemia...
  5. But scientists used genetic engineering to create a beefed-up transaminase
  6. and one due to transaminase elevation.
  7. salinity of sea water, is 3.5%. Vegemite is also high in glutamic acid which
  8. Well on the beta chain is the 6th amino acid is normally, normally is glutamic acid.
  9. Glutamic acid is a hydrophilic or polar amino acid.
  10. from glutamic acid into valine.
  11. So again, the reason why is because of a point mutation where glutamic acid is replaced with
  12. There's glutamic acid decarboxylase is an enzyme.
  13. And it's a co-factor for an enzyme that adds an extra acid group to glutamic acid, which
  14. glutamic acid, and gamma aminobutyric acid.
  15. And, if the glutamic acid residues of gla-containing proteins are not carboxylated, calcium cannot
  16. MSG, of course, stands for monosodium glutamate the sodium salt of glutamic acid, which
  17. chemist Karl Heinrich Ritthausen first isolated glutamic acid in 1866 by treating gluten with
  18. sulfuric acid. And yeah, that doesn't sound very wholesome, but glutamic acid occurs naturally
  19. Another German scientist named Hermann Fischer described the taste of glutamic acid as insipid.
  20. A5 higher ilanic acid v. I had picked up the inky list poly glutamic acid