Type: L-Amino Acids
Application: Supplement & Nutrition | Pharmaceuticals

L-Arginine chemical structureA nonessential amino acid in human, L-Arginine is a substrate of nitric oxide synthase, which is converted to L-citrulline and nitric oxide (NO). It is widely used as an ingredient in dietary supplements, infusions and infant formulas.


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