Jun 20, 2014
Why Artificial Sweetener Can Be Dangerous
An excess of the one of the two amino acids in the artificial sweetener aspartame is a significant concern for people with phenylketonuria.
The New Zealand Herald
The dangers of artificial sweetener
When you buy a diet coke, or any other consumables containing the artificial sweetener aspartame, you'll see a warning against consuming the product if you have phenylketonuria, an inherited metabolic disorder.
A broad survey reveals substitution tolerance of residues ligating FeS clusters in [NiFe] hydrogenase
In order to understand the effects of FeS cluster attachment in [NiFe] hydrogenase, we undertook a study to substitute all 12 amino acid positions normally ligating the three FeS clusters in the hydrogenase small subunit.
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Director of chemical and pharmaceutical sciences at The American Council on Science and Health in New York since 2010.