Histidine

David Barrass barrass at pplros.demon.co.uk
Tue Nov 29 12:00:14 EST 1994


In article <941124000942_6221020 at aol.com> , ZZHAK at aol.com writes:
>Hello.  I would greatly appreciate some material on Histidine for a
project I
>am cutrrently working on.  Histidine is an amino acid (at least as far
as I
>know) and is essential for growth in infants.  A breakdown of this are
>Histamines, the stuff that is commonly associated with allergies.  I just
>sent this message to bionet.sci-resources, and they told me to come
here. I
>anxiously await a response, and I thank you very much for taking the
time.


What do you want to know?  Structure?  Synthesis?  If
you are looking for such general information, the best places
to look are undergraduate biochemistry texts, such as
Stryer, Matthews & Van Holde, and Voet & Voet, all titled
Biochemistry.
Hope this helps.

Anthony



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