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We are one of the prominently renowned and relied upon manufacturers and suppliers of this wide range of Glucogenic amino acids. These amino acids have been processed using best quality chemicals and applying advanced methodologies. These are widely used as additives to livestock feeds and various industrial applications. It is also used as a flavor enhancer in food industries. In this range we are offering Alanine, Arginine, Asparagine and Aspartic acid. An overview of this range has been given below:



Alanine

Alanine

(Item Code: 338-69-2)

The offered range of Alanine offered by us has been in wide demand due to its wide range of application in the major chemical industries. Basically, this chemical is a nonessential amino acid, which indirect means that this acid type can be manufactured by the human body, and does not need to be obtained directly through the diet. We supply this chemical type in the most secure and safeguarded packaging to keep its natural state intact.




Arginine

Arginine

(Item Code: 7200-25-1)

We feel obliged in offering our clients with this extensive range of Arginine. This chemical was first isolated in the year 1886. We have processed this chemical in the most secure, hygienic and compatible conditions. As a matter of fact, this chemical is in the L-form type of compound combination which is one of the 20 most common natural amino acids. It is also widely known for its properties such as precise pH value, a longer shelf life and pure composition.




Asparagine

Asparagine

(Item Code: 70-47-3)

Our company has been in wide acclamation due to the quality chemicals that we offer and our this offered range of Asparagine has been widely appreciated as well for its various features such as precise pH value, a longer shelf life and the most apt and purest composition. This acid is basically an amino acid though not essential one and has the codons such as AAU and AAC. We supply this range as per the requirements of the clients.




Aspartic Acid

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Aspartic Acid



Extracted in the most precision manner, this range of Aspartic acid has been in wide demand by our major industrial patrons for its advanced applications. Basically ,this acid is the L-isomer of aspartate, and is also one of the 20 prominent proteinogenic amino acids that are the building blocks of proteins. The codons of this acid type are GAU and GAC. This has been offered by us in the most safe guarded and secure packing as well. It is also well known for its properties of precise pH value, a longer shelf life and pure composition.




Cysteine

Cysteine

(Item Code: 52-90-4)
It is a semi-essential amino acid, which means that it can be biosynthesized in humans.



Cysteine

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Cysteine



Cystine crystals are 6 sided and come in various sizes. They can be found in both human and mammal urine under a light microscope.



Glutamine

Glutamine

(Item Code: 56-85-9)
Glutamine (abbreviated as Gln or Q) is one of the 20 amino acids encoded by the standard genetic code.



Glycine

Glycine

(Item Code: 56-40-6)
Glycine is a colourless, sweet-tasting crystalline solid. It is unique among the proteinogenic amino acids in that it is not chiral. It can fit into hydrophilic or hydrophobic environments, due to its two hydrogen atom side chain.



Isoleucine

Isoleucine



It is an essential amino acid, which means that humans cannot synthesize it, so it must be ingested.



Methionine

Methionine



This amino-acid is coded by the codon AUG, also known as the initiation codon, since it indicates mRNA's coding region where translation into protein begins.



Phenylalanine

Phenylalanine



Phenylalanine is found naturally in the breast milk of mammals. It is used in the manufacture of food and drink products and sold as a nutritional supplement for its reputed analgesic and antidepressant effects.



Proline

Proline



It is not an essential amino acid, which means that the human body can synthesize it. It is unique among the 20 protein-forming amino acids in that the amine nitrogen is bound to not one but two alkyl groups.



Serine

Serine

(Item Code: 56-45-1)
The biosynthesis of serine starts with the oxidation of 3-phosphoglycerate to 3-phosphohydroxypyruvate and NADH.



Threonine

Threonine



Threonine was discovered as the last of the 20 common proteinogenic amino acids in the 1930s by William Cumming Rose.



Tryptophan

Tryptophan



The isolation of tryptophan was first reported by Frederick Hopkins in 1901 through hydrolysis of casein. From 600 grams of crude casein one obtains 4-8 grams of tryptophan.



Tyrosine

Tyrosine

(Item Code: 60-18-4)
Tyrosine (abbreviated as Tyr or Y) or 4-hydroxyphenylalanine, is one of the 22 amino acids that are used by cells to synthesize proteins.



Valine

Valine



This essential amino acid is classified as nonpolar. Human dietary sources include cottage cheese, fish, poultry, peanuts, sesame seeds, and lentils.







Acenes

Acetals

Acetanilides

Acetate Esters

Acetic Acids

Acid Anhydrides

Acridines

Acrylates Copolymer

Adipates

Alcohol Solvents

Alcohol Stubs

Alcohols

Basic Amino Acids

Benzanilides

Benzene

Benzene Sulfonates

Benzenesulfonic Acids

Benzoates

Benzochromenes

Benzodioxles

Benzoic Acids

Benzoquinones

Benzothiadiazines

Benzothiazoles

Benzoxazoles

Candle Wax

Beta Carbolines

Capsaicinoids

Bile Acids

Carbonate Esters

Carboxylate Anions

Biogenic Amines

Biphenyls

Carboxylate Esters

Bipyridines

Bisphenol

Bleaches

Boranes

Borate Esters

Borate

Borides

Borohydrides

Boron Compounds

Boronic Acids

Butane

Butyrates

Carboxylic Acids

Denatured Alcohol

Deuterated Solvent

Dialkyl Ethers

Dibenzodioxins

Dibenzofurans

Catechols

Dicarboxylic Acid

Catecholamines

Cationic Surfactants

Cellulose

Dienes

Chalcohalides

Chalconoids

Chelating Agents

Dietary Antioxidants

Difluoroethane

Dihydrochalcone Glycosides

Dihydrofurans

Chlorofluorocarbons

Chloroformates

Cinnamates

Citrates

Cleaning Components

Dihydropyrans

Commodity Chemicals

Common Solvents

Cosmetics Chemicals

Cresols

Crown Ethers

Cyanamides

Cyclic Amino Acids

Cyclic Compounds

Cyclitols

Cycloalkanes

Cyclopropanes

Dihydroxybenzoic Acids

Cytokinins

Carbazole

Chromenes

Chromones

Dilines

Diols

Enediynes

Enols

Epoxides

Essential Amino Acids

Essential Nutrients

Essential Oils

Ester Base Plasticizers

Ester Solvents

Ester Stubs

Esters

Ether Solvents

Ethers

Ethylamines

Ylang Ylang

Explosives Materials

Excipients

Explosives Chemicals

Fatty Acids

Furofurans

Fatty Alcohols

Flavans

Flavanols

Flavanones

Flavanonols

Flavones

Flavonoids

Flavonols

Flavonoid Antioxidants

Furanocoumarins

Fumarates

Fuel Dyes

Fuel Additives

Fluorocarbons

Fluorone Dyes

Fluoropolymers

Folates

Fragrance Oil

Formates

Formate Esters

Food Additives

Food Antioxidants

Furans

Gaba analogues

Geodesic Polyarenes

Glucogenic Amino Acids

Alanine

Arginine

Asparagine

Aspartic Acid

Cysteine

Glutamine

Glycine

Isoleucine

Methionine

Phenylalanine

Proline

Serine

Threonine

Tryptophan

Tyrosine

Valine

Gluconates

Glucosides

Glucuronides

Glutamates

Glutarimides

Glycol Ether Solvents

Glycol Ethers

Glycosides

Guanidines

Glycosaminoglycans

Halides

Halogen Natural Products

Halogen Alkaloids

Hemiterpenes

Halomethanes

Halogenated Solvents

Hydroxyquinols

Hydroxy Acids

Hydroquinones

Hydrogen Halide

Hydrochlorofluorocarbons

Heterocyclic Compound Stubs

Heterocyclic Compounds

Hexane

Hexosamines

Household Chemicals

Hydrazines

Hydrides

Hydrocarbon Solvents

Hydrocarbons

Hydrocarbon Stubs

Inorganic Chemical

Imines

Indandiones

Indolines

Industrial Gases

Inorganic Amines

Inositol

Interhalogen Compounds

Iodides

Iodates

Iodine Compounds

Ionic Liquids

Isocyanides

Isoflavones

Isothiazoles

Isothiocyanates

Isobutyrates

Inorganic Solvents

Isoamyl

Isobornyl

Isobutyl

Isononyl

Isopropyl

Indole

Kavalactones

Keto Acids

Ketohexoses

Ketone Solvents

Ketoses

Ketone Stubs

Ketones

Lactones

Lavender Oil

Leucoanthocyanidins

Linoleic Acids

Lipids

Malates

Maleimides

Malonates

Melaleuca Oil

Methyl Indoles

Mineral Waxes

Monohydroxybenzoic Acids

Monolignols

Monosaccharides

Morpholines

Monoterpenes

Monomers

Methyl Esters

Meta Bromo

Methyl

Oxohalides

Oxygen Heterocycles

Organic Pigments

Oleyl

Octyl

Oxazolidinediones

Oxalates

Organohalides

Organohalide Stubs

Organic Polymers

Organic Peroxides

Octane

Organic Acids

Organic Chemicals

Resins

Resorcinols

Rhodamine Dyes

Salicylic Acids

Salts & Esters Of Carboxylic Acids

Saturated Fatty Acids

Semicarbazides

Silicate Esters

Sesquiterpenes

Solvents

Solvents Alcohol

Sorbates

Starch

Stearates

Stilbenoids

Straight Chain Alkanes

Succinates

Succinimides

Sugar Acids

Sugar Alcohols

Sulfinic Acids

Sulfonate Esters

Sulfonates

Sulfonic Acids

Sulfur Amino Acids

Sulfur Halides

Sulfur Heterocycles

Surfactants

Synthetic Resins

Synthetic Rubber

Synthetic Waxes

Sec-Amyl

Sec-Butyl

Sec-Pentyl

Sec-Propyl

Stearyl

Tannins

Tartrates

Tea Tree Oil

Terpenes & Terpenoids

Tetrafluoroborates

Tetrahydrofurans

Tetrapyrroles

Tetraterpenes

Thermoplastics

Thiazepines

Thiazolidinediones

Thiazolidines

Thiazolines

Thioamides

Thioethers

Thioureas

Tricarboxylic Acids

Triflates

Triglycerides

Trihydroxyanthraquinones

Trihydroxybenzoic Acids

Triterpenes

Tropones

Tryptamines

Trihalomethanes

Tert-Amyl

Tert-Butyl

Triethyl

Triethylene

Trimethyl

Urea Cycle

Ureas

Valerates

Vanilloids

Vegetable Waxes

Vinyl Polymers

Vinyl

Vinylidene

Vitamins

Waxes

Xanthenes

Xanthones

Xanthonoids

Zwitterionic Surfactants

Chemicals

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Triveni Aromatics And Perfumery Private Limited
Mr. K. K. Singh (Managing Director)
No. 134, Pancharatna Char Rasta, G. I. D. C.
Vapi - 386195, Gujarat, India

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