L-glutamic acid, also known as glutamic acid, is one of the many components of proteins. Like its fellow amino acid glutamate, it is produced naturally by the body; however, it is a different type of amino acid. While many people take glutamine supplements, L-glutamic acid is produced naturally by the body in amounts adequate for most people. It also has some surprising effects on both the brain and the environment.
Functions and Applications
1. Glutamate is used as a chemical - plated complexant.
2. Used for pharmaceutical, food additives and nutritional fortifiers;
3. Used for biochemical studies, medicine for liver coma, epilepsy prevention, ketonuria and ketosis;