A nonessential amino acid, C5H10N2O3, occurring widely in plant and animal tissue and proteins and produced commercially for use in medicine and biochemical research.(noun)
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Use "glutamine" in a sentence
"An enzyme called glutamine synthetase is a key actor in a biological cycle that regulates the balance."
"GABA is made from the amino acid glutamic acid, which in turn is derived either from another amino acid called glutamine, or from the sugar glucose."
"Medical, Inc. The patented drug treatment involves the oral administration of L-glutamine, which is the most common amino acid in the body."