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J. Forster jfor at QUIK.COM
Wed Nov 10 21:58:15 EST 2004


Aspartic acid is a non-essential amino acid and is found in abundance in plant
proteins, especially in sprouting
                seeds but can be manufactured in the body from oxaloacetic acid
and was first isolated in 1868 from legumin
                in plant seed. Aspartic acid, as well as glutamic acid, is the
only amino acid that has a negatively charged
                carboxylate group on the side chain.

In this context, it likely to fool spam filter SW.


Chris Trask wrote:

>     So what is "aspartic" anyhow?
> Chris

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