Segmentation of Global D-Amino Acids Market by Application

Navi Mumbai, India (PressExposure) March 24, 2012 -- This market insight report on D Amino Acids gives a market insight into the different types and applications. The market is divided by type in D-Amino Acids and D-Amino Acid Derivatives. Applications includes Pharmaceuticals, R&D, Food & Feed, Agrochemicals and Other. The study includes estimates and projections for the global D-Amino Acids types & applications market for 2005-2015 with 71 exhibits.

Projections and estimates are also illustrated by geographic regions encompassing the US, Canada, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, The Netherlands, Japan, China, India, Australia and Rest of World. Business profiles of 51 major companies are discussed in the report. Compilation of Worldwide Patents and Research related to D-Amino Acids is also provided. Industry Analysis

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Key Report Findings

D-amino acids are used both as food additives, insecticides and in the pharmaceutical industry. With the exception of glycine all amino acids contain chiral carbon atom next to the carboxyl group of molecules. The presence of chiral carbon atom in amino acid permits the stereoisomerism process. Several naturally occurring vigorous molecules like the amino acids in the proteins also contain chiral atoms; while the sugars are of D type many amino acids exhibit L chirality. The natural proteins that are made of L amino acids are called as left-handed proteins, and those that are made of D amino acids are called right-handed proteins.

D-amino acids are not detected in the natural proteins and these amino acids do not participate in the metabolic activities of eukaryotic organisms. D-amino acids can be detected in the peptide antibiotics or within the cell walls of the bacteria. D-glutamic acid and D-alanine are some of the D-amino acids that can be found in the cell walls of some bacteria. D-amino acids can be found in several peptides produced by animal cells. Opiate and antimicrobial peptides are synthesized from amphibian skin, neuro peptides can be sighted to be synthesized from both snail ganglia and spiders venom. The cDNA cloning has revealed that in the locations where D-amino acid is found, a common codon matching the L-amino acid can also be found. These revelations suggest the formation of D-deposits from the L-amino acids due to a post translational effect.

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