Glycine

Definition of Glycine:

The simplest amino acid which is a constituent of normal protein and an inhibitory neurotransmitter, used as a dietary supplement.  A natural antacid and sweetener, it is involved in the syntheses of DNA, phospholipids and collagen.

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“...These fragments then progress to Phase 2, where they are bound to molecules such as glutathione, glycine and sulfate...”

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