Amino acids L-Serine is one of the naturally occurring proteinogenic amino acids. Its codons are UCU, UCC, UCA, UCG, AGU and AGC. Only the L-stereoisomer appears naturally in proteins. L-Serine is not essential to the human diet, since it is synthesized in the body from other metabolites, including glycine. Serine was first obtained from silk protein, a particularly rich source, in 1865. Its name is derived from the Latin for silk, sericum. Serine's structure was established in 1902. By virtue of the hydroxyl group, serine is classified as a polar mino acid.
1. Synthesis of purine, thymine, choline precursor.
2. L-Serine hydroxyl is one of the main components of phosphatide after phosphorylation.
3. It has the effect of stabilizing the pH value of eye drops and no irritant after eye drop.
4. One of the important natural moisturizing factors (NMF), the skin cuticle retains the main role of water, the key additive in advanced cosmetics.
1. For biochemical reagent and food additive.
2. Nutritional supplement, in cosmetics as skin nutrition additive.
3. Available for biochemical and nutritional research purposes,but also can be used as synthetic ring serine raw materials.
4. Applied in medicine raw material;
5. Applied in feed field.