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Taurine Amino Acid

  • Other Names:taurine
    EINECS No.:203-483-8
    FEMA No.:taurine powder
    Color: White
    Product Categories: Amino Acids;Biochemistry;Nutritional Supplements;L-Amino Acids;Amino Acids; APIs; Biochemical Engineering
    Test method: HPLC


What is Taurine Amino Acid?

Taurine amino acid, or 2-aminoethanesulfonic corrosive, is a natural compound that is generally circulated in creature tissues. It is a significant constituent of bile and can be found in the internal organ, and records for up to 0.1% of absolute human body weight. 

100 taurine amino acid is named after the Latin taurus (a related of the Greek ταῦρος) and that implies bull or bull, as it was first secluded from bull bile in 1827 by German researchers Friedrich Tiedemann and Leopold Gmelin. Taurine amino acid was found in human bile in 1846 by Edmund Ronalds.

Taurine amino acid plays numerous natural parts, like formation of bile acids, antioxidation, osmoregulation, layer adjustment, and balance of calcium flagging. It is fundamental for cardiovascular capacity, and improvement and capacity of skeletal muscle, the retina, and the focal sensory system.

It is a strange illustration of a normally happening sulfonic corrosive.

Basic information 
Product name Taurine
Appearance White crystalline powder
Specification 99%
CAS No. 107-35-7
Grade Food Grade
Function Food Additivies
Type Nutrition Enhancers

Taurine Amino Acid Benefits

Improving your exercise performance

Taurine amino acid plays a vital role in regulating muscle function and may potentially lower your risk of muscle fatigue when you’re working out. It’s also thought to protect the muscles from damage, allowing you to exercise for longer without experiencing muscle soreness

Supporting your metabolism

As taurine amino acid is used to create bile salts, it plays a crucial role in healthy digestion. Being able to digest food efficiently into energy could potentially improve your overall metabolism.

Supporting the heart and brain

100 taurine amino acid is present in both the brain and the heart. It helps keep them functioning correctly, with studies showing that high taurine levels in the brain potentially reduce your likelihood of age-related neurological disorders.6 When it comes to the heart, taurine can aid in lowering both blood pressure and cholesterol.7

Maintaining eyesight

You’ll find this type of amino acid in high amounts in the eyes. It’s thought to help protect the retina from degeneration and may even have some success at reducing optic nerve damage.

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Information provided in the product description is from published literature. Due to the nature of scientific experimentation, your results or specific application for this product may differ. If you have questions about how this product fits your application, please contact our technical support staff.

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