L Lysine HCL  
L Lysine Hcl

CAS: 657-27-2

Formula: C6H15ClN2O2
HS: 29224110
Molecular Mass: 182.64800
Melting Point: 263 C

Organic agricultural products including starch, molasses, and sugar are fermented to produce feed-grade amino acids. It makes a considerable contribution to the joining and depositing of the protein. It will aid in lowering the CP level in the dairy feed while promoting the animals' growth.

This amino acid can be used to make numerous nutritional supplements that are essential to human nutrition. It needs to be obtained through food. Alpha ketoglutarate transforms this aminoacid into acetyl-CoA, an essential component of the citric acid cycle. Lysine also provides the building blocks for collagen and elastin.

Numerous proteins are made up of amino acids. Since lysine's -carbon is chiral, like virtually all other amino acids, the term "lysine" can be used to describe either an enantiomer or a racemic combination of both enantiomers. The biologically active enantiomer of this amino acid is one in which the -carbon is arranged in the S configuration. The two main metabolic routes in organisms that synthesise lysine are diaminopimelate and -aminoadipate.