Digest Protein Enzyme

SLC7A7 gene mutations cause protein lysine Urische. SLC7A7 gene provides instructions for making a protein called e + L amino acid transporter 1 (e + LAT-1), the transportation of lysine, arginine and ornithine in the cells of the body is involved. The transport of amino acids of small intestine and kidneys with the digest protein enzyme rest of the body is necessary for the body to use proteins. Mutations and + LAT-1 protein interrupt the transport of amino acids, which leads to a lack of lysine, ornithine and arginine in the body and unusually high levels of these amino acids in the urine. A lack of lysine, arginine, and ornithine changes many vital functions. Arginine and ornithine are a cellular urea cycle, including the process of excess nitrogen (as ammonia), which occurs when the protein is used by the body involved in so-called. The absence of arginine and ornithine in urea cycle has reason to high concentrations of ammonia in the blood. Lysine is particularly rich in collagen molecules, structure and strength to connective tissue such as skin, tissue, tendons and ligaments provide. Lysine deficiency contributes protein and osteoporosis in people with a lysine Urische observed. Other features of the lysine Urische protein should come from the transport of abnormal protein (such as protein deposition in the lung) or lack of protein that can be used by the organism (protein malnutrition). More info on SLC7A7 gene and,. .