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Lysing is an essential basic amino-acid encoded by codone AAA and AAG, and used in the biosynthesis of proteins. The daily requirement for lysine is 38 mg/kg body weight. The most rich source of lysine is fish, beef, chicken. In a clinical study lysine supplements was found to be an effective for reduction of occurrence, severity and healing time for recurrent HSV infection, however Cochrane Review concluded that the evidence is insufficient. Lysine was investigated for improving anxiety, ameliorating angina prectoris. Lysine acetylsalicylate has been used to treat pain and to detoxify the body after heroin use. Lysine clonixinate has been used for its analgesic properties for the treatment of migraine headaches and other painful conditions. However, limited clinical trials exist for these conditions.   NCATS

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6-ammonio-l-norleucine | l-2,6-diaminocaproic acid | l-lys | l-lysin | l-lysine | l-(+)-lysine | lys | lysina | lysine | lysine acetate | lysine acid | lysine chloride | lysine hcl | lysine hydrochloride | lysinum | (s)-2,6-diaminohexanoic acid | (s)-lysine | (s)-α,ε-diaminocaproic acid

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