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Histidine: Histidine is one of a variety of essential amino acids, which make up the foundation and structure of protein in the body and have many important functions. People generally get all the histidine they need through foods, such as meats, fish, eggs, and milk. Histidine is also available in supplements, such as capsules and protein powders.
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Histidine: A semi-essential amino acid (children should obtain it from food) needed in humans for growth and tissue repair, Histidine is important for maintenance of myelin sheaths that protect nerve cells and is metabolized to the neurotransmitter histamine. Histamines play many roles in immunity, gastric secretion, and sexual functions. Histidine is also required for blood cell manufacture and protects tissues against damage caused by radiation and heavy metals. (NCI04)
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Histidine : essential amino acid that contains the imidazole ring system.
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