A colorless crystalline substance, C2H7NO3S, formed by the hydrolysis of taurocholic acid and found in the fluids of the muscles and lungs of many animals.(noun)
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Use "taurine" in a sentence
"-- Liebig states that asparagus contains, in common with tea and coffee, a principle which he calls taurine, and which he considers essential to the health of those who do not take strong exercise."
"For example, another key amino-acid helper called taurine boosts the production of GABA and helps relax the nervous system."
"With the energy drinks, it seems to be more a combination of caffeine and taurine, which is one of the amino acids."