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Related to isoleucine: valine, methionine
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IOne (Roman numeral)
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IIncomplete (school)
IItalic
IInformation
IInternet
ICurrent (electronics)
IInternational
IIsland
IIndustry
IIncluded (lowest quality of diamond)
IInvestment (economics)
IIndia
IItaly (International Auto Identification)
IInteractive
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IImmediate (precedence level)
IIn Phase
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IInventory (TOC)
IIndoor
IInstructor (Boy Scouts of America)
IInspection
IIncorporated
IIntermediate
IInformative
IInterstate (highway)
IImmigration
IInjection
IIndicator
IImagery (often associated with satellite remote sensing)
IIncrement (Bit)
IIodine
IInterpolated
IInterlaced
IInterlacing
IIntercot (Disney)
IIonisierungsenergie (German)
IIntensitie (French: Electrical Current)
IFederal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Minnesota (designates original point of circulation of a dollar bill)
iImaginary number; the square root of -1
IIntrapictures
IIsoleucine (amino acid)
IInput
IInstructional
IInertial
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Ethylmalonic and methylsuccinic aciduria in ethylmalonic encephalopathy arise from abnormal isoleucine metabolism.
This nonprotein amino acid is formed from isoleucine in vivo.
The last group includes nine amino acids showing steadily increasing concentrations throughout infancy, childhood, and adolescence: cystine, glutamine, glycine, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, tryptophan, and valine (Figs.
Isoleucine and valine supplementation of a low-protein corn-wheat-soybean meal-based diet for piglets: growth performance and nitrogen balance.
In the case of free amino acids, isoleucine, leucine, and tyrosine contents in loin were highest in QG 1++ and lowest in QG 2.
An evaluation of threonine and isoleucine as the third and fourth limiting amino acids in corn for growing swine.
This study aims to examine the effect of addition of valine, leucine and isoleucine at different levels on in vitro rumen fermentation of wheat straw.
082) tended to decrease in the SDPP and YE groups, but plasma isoleucine increased significantly both in the SDPP and YE groups (P<0.
Due to deficiency, there is abnormal oxidative decarboxylation of branch chain amino acids like leucine, isoleucine and valine.
A previous study found that the mutation of T20 prM to aspartic acid (instead of the isoleucine identified here) affected glycosylation, heterodimer formation, and the secretion of WNV-like particles (13).
Asp316Ileu, it was found that although the asparagine residue is not conserved at 316 position, the mutant isoleucine was not found in other homologous sequences.