Phenylalanine is an amino acid with the aromatic ring in the molecule, similar to other amino acids containing aromatic rings, like tyrosine and tryptophan. Phenylalanine is classified as nonpolar because of the hydrophobic character of the benzyl group as the side chain. This book discusses the dietary sources of phenylalanine. It also discusses its functions and effects on health.
Biological Roles of Phenylalanine & its Derivatives
The Genetic Disorder Phenylketonuria & its Possible Treatment
Potential Separation Methods of Phenylalanine Enantiomers & Biological Functions of D- Phenylalanine
Phenylketonuria’s Impact on Physical Growth in a Spanish Cohort
Role of Phenylalanine in Viticulture & Enology
Penetration of L-Phenylalanine & Amino Acids into Hair Keratin Fibers