Apr 6, 2014
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An essential amino acid (see AMINO ACIDS; INDISPENSABLE AMINO ACIDS), lysine was first isolated in 1889 from casein, the principal protein of milk. Like other essential amino acids, it ensures optimum growth in infants and balanced nitrogen metabolism in adults.

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