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Isoleucine: Isoleucine 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 isoleucine they need through foods, such as meats, fish, eggs, and milk. Isoleucine is also available in supplements, such as capsules and protein powders.
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Isoleucine: One of nine essential amino acids in humans (present in dietary proteins), Isoleucine has diverse physiological functions, such as assisting wound healing, detoxification of nitrogenous wastes, stimulating immune function, and promoting secretion of several hormones. Necessary for hemoglobin formation and regulating blood sugar and energy levels, isoleucine is concentrated in muscle tissues in humans. Isoleucine is found especially in meats, fish, cheese, eggs, and most seeds and nuts. (NCI04)
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Isoleucine : essential branched-chain aliphatic amino acid found in many proteins; an isomer of leucine; important in hemoglobin synthesis and regulation of blood sugar and energy levels.
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