- Taurine, or 2-amino ethanesulfonic acid, is an
organic acid. It is a major constituent of bile and can be found in
the large intestine and in the tissues of many animals, including
- Taurine is the most abundant free amino acid in
the human body.
- It has a ubiquitous distribution and accounts for
approximately 0.1% of total body weight.
- Taurine has many fundamental biological roles
such as conjugation of bile acids, antioxidation, osmoregulation,
membrane stabilization and modulation of calcium signaling.
- Taurine is essential for cardiovascular function,
and development and function of skeletal muscle, the retina and the
central nervous system.
- cosmetic compositions containing taurine have
been introduced, possibly due to
its antifibrotic properties.
- It has been shown to prevent the damaging effects
TGFB1 to hair follicles.
- It also helps to maintain skin hydration.
- Recent research has provided evidence that
Taurine is essential in early bird development of passerines.
- Many passerines, regardless of spider
availability, seek out many Taurine-rich spiders to feed their young
particularly in their youngest stages of life.
- Researchers later compared the behaviors and
development of birds fed a Taurine- supplemented diet to a control
diet and found that juveniles that were fed
Taurine-rich diets as neonates were much larger risk takers and more
adept at spatial learning tasks.
- Taurine is also used to help improve mental
performance and is a common ingredient in energy drinks.
- China has more than 40 manufacturers of taurine,
which holds the approval of
taurine drug production number for 20, there are more than 20
production of taurine.
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- Important facts
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- General Information
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- Opinion on Taurine
- Effect of Taurine
- Taurine toxicity
- Toxicity profile
- Taurine toxicity profile
- MSDS for
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Taurine For Synthesis MSDS
data for Taurine
- L - Taurine
report - Taurine
content in Red Bull
Taurine for your cat
Taurine Role in Cardiology
and Cardiac Arrhythmias
- An improved
procedure for the synthesis of glycine and taurine
conjugates of bile acids
- Uses of
- Some uses
uses of Taurine
Manufacturers of Taurine
Suppliers of Taurine
Exporters of Taurine
- Taurine compounds
- Novel taurine derivatives
- Taurine derivatives
- Method for producing
- Preparation of salt-free N-acyl
- Cigarette filter for administering
taurine by inhalation
- Silicone amido taurine polymers
- Method of inhibiting bronchospasms
using taurine in an air filter
- Taurine Transporter Gene
- Taurine and glycine derivatives
- Recovery of high purity N-acyl
in high yield
- Human nutritional compositions
containing taurine and vitamins and/or
- Silicone taurine polymers
effects of Taurine
effects and Interactions
- Benefits of
benefits of Taurine
- The Amino
Taurine market expected to recover
- Demand of
China's Taurine to increase in the future
for Taurine Market Development
- Taurine in
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