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L-serine is classified as a non essential amino acid

L-serine is classified as a non essential amino acid. The body can synthesize sufficient amounts of L-serine to meet its daily needs.

Recent research has shown that L-serine and products of its metabolism are essential for cell proliferation and specific functions of the central nervous system. The findings of altered levels of serine and glycine in patients with psychiatric disorders underscore the importance of L-serine in brain development and function.



    1. Pharmaceutical field
    L- serine widely used to configure the third-generation compound amino acid infusion and nutritional supplements, and for the synthesis of a variety of silk amino acid derivatives, such as cardiovascular, cancer, AIDS and genetic engineering of new drugs and other protected amino acids;
    2. Food and beverage Field
    L- serine can be used to sports drinks, amino acids diet drinks
    3. Feed field
    L- serine can be used to animal feed, promote animal growth and development;
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    Product specification

    Tests Limits
    Description White crystals
    Identification Infrared Absorption
    assay 98.5~101.5%
    Specific rotation[a]D25 +14.0°~+15.6°
    Chloride(Cl) ≤0.05%
    Sulfate(SO4) ≤0.03%
    Iron(Fe) ≤30ppm
    Heavy metals(Pb) ≤15ppm
    Chromatographic purity(TLC) NMT 0.5% of any individual impurity is found. NMT 2.0% of total impurities is found
    Loss on drying ≤0.2%
    State of solution (Transmittance T430) ≥98.0%
    Residue on ignition ≤0.1%

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