[ UK /tˈɔːɹiːn/ ]
- of or relating to or resembling a bull
- a colorless crystalline substance obtained from the bile of mammals
How To Use taurine In A Sentence
- For example, another key amino-acid helper called taurine boosts the production of GABA and helps relax the nervous system. The UltraMind Solution
- Individuals who are taurine deficient may become more susceptible to tissue damage by xenobiotic agents such as aldehydes, chlorine, and certain amines.
- As it contains many vitamins, calcium and taurine, it is effective for anti - aging and cholesterol reduction.
- AIM: To investigate the protective effect of taurine on kidney in a rat model of calcium oxalate nephrolithiasis.
- -- 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. Resources of the Southern Fields and Forests, Medical, Economical, and Agricultural. Being also a Medical Botany of the Confederate States; with Practical Information on the Useful Properties of the Trees, Plants, and Shrubs
- But caffeine is only part of the story since many of the drinks contain additives that act like caffeine such as taurine, an amino acid, and guarana, an herbal product. Are energy drinks safe?
- Nutritionally, this has a good amount of protein in addition to being low in ash and containing taurine, which is important to a cat's eyesight. Epinions Recent Content for Home
- It is our intent here to illustrate this mechanistic similarity by reviewing the mechanism of the most widely utilized organic osmolyte, the sulfonyl amino acid, taurine.
- Presumably, Hanotte said, trade also brought zebu bulls that farmers interbred with domesticated taurine cows, producing the mixed herds of today.
- Janecek et al. found an anomalous association of yak with taurine cattle, which was explained by the sampling of an animal descending from a zebu via the maternal lineage.