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FoodComEx IDPC000129
FoodDB RecordFDB012397
Chemical Information
NameL-Isoleucine
DescriptionDietary supplement, nutrient Branched chain amino acids (BCAA) are essential amino acids whose carbon structure is marked by a branch point. These three amino acids are critical to human life and are particularly involved in stress, energy and muscle metabolism. BCAA supplementation as therapy, both oral and intravenous, in human health and disease holds great promise. "BCAA" denotes valine, isoleucine and leucine which are branched chain essential amino acids. Despite their structural similarities, the branched amino acids have different metabolic routes, with valine going solely to carbohydrates, leucine solely to fats and isoleucine to both. The different metabolism accounts for different requirements for these essential amino acids in humans: 12 mg/kg, 14 mg/kg and 16 mg/kg of valine, leucine and isoleucine respectively. Furthermore, these amino acids have different deficiency symptoms. Valine deficiency is marked by neurological defects in the brain, while isoleucine deficiency is marked by muscle tremors. BCAA are decreased in patients with liver disease, such as hepatitis, hepatic coma, cirrhosis, extrahepatic biliary atresia or portacaval shunt; They provide ingredients for the manufacturing of other essential biochemical components in the body, some of which are utilized for the production of energy, stimulants to the upper brain and helping you to be more alert.; aromatic amino acids (AAA)-tyrosine, tryptophan and phenylalanine, as well as methionine-are increased in these conditions. Valine, in particular, has been established as a useful supplemental therapy to the ailing liver. All the BCAA probably compete with AAA for absorption into the brain. Supplemental BCAA with vitamin B6 and zinc help normalize the BCAA:AAA ratio. The BCAA are not without side effects. Leucine alone, for example, exacerbates pellagra and can cause psychosis in pellagra patients by increasing excretion of niacin in the urine. Leucine may lower brain serotonin and dopamine. A dose of 3 g of isoleucine added to the niacin regime has cleared leucine-aggravated psychosis in schizophrenic patients. Isoleucine may have potential as an antipsychotic treatment. Leucine is more highly concentrated in foods than other amino acids. A cup of milk contains 800 mg of leucine and only 500 mg of isoleucine and valine. A cup of wheat germ has about 1.6 g of leucine and 1 g of isoleucine and valine. The ratio evens out in eggs and cheese. One egg and an ounce of most cheeses each contain about 400 mg of leucine and 400 mg of valine and isoleucine. The ratio of leucine to other BCAA is greatest in pork, where leucine is 7 to 8 g and the other BCAA together are only 3 to 4 g. (http://www.dcnutrition.com). L-Isoleucine is found in many foods, some of which are atlantic salmon, quince, baked potato, and pistachio.
CAS Number73-32-5
Structure
Thumb
Synonyms
SynonymSource
(2S,3S)-2-amino-3-Methyl-pentanoateHMDB
(2S,3S)-2-amino-3-Methyl-pentanoic acidHMDB
(2S,3S)-2-amino-3-MethylpentanoateGenerator
(2S,3S)-2-amino-3-Methylpentanoic acidChEBI
(2S,3S)-a-amino-b-Methyl-N-valerateHMDB
(2S,3S)-a-amino-b-Methyl-N-valeric acidHMDB
(2S,3S)-a-amino-b-MethylvalerateHMDB
(2S,3S)-a-amino-b-Methylvaleric acidHMDB
(2S,3S)-Alph-amino-beta-methylvalerateHMDB
(2S,3S)-Alph-amino-beta-methylvaleric acidHMDB
(2S,3S)-alpha-amino-beta-Merthyl-N-valerateHMDB
(2S,3S)-alpha-amino-beta-Merthyl-N-valeric acidHMDB
(2S,3S)-alpha-amino-beta-MerthylvalerateHMDB
(2S,3S)-alpha-amino-beta-Merthylvaleric acidHMDB
(2S,3S)-alpha-amino-beta-Methyl-N-valerateHMDB
(2S,3S)-alpha-amino-beta-Methyl-N-valeric acidHMDB
(2S,3S)-alpha-amino-beta-MethylvalerateHMDB
(2S,3S)-alpha-amino-beta-Methylvaleric acidHMDB
(S,S)-IsoleucineHMDB
(S)-IsoleucineHMDB
[S-(R*,r*)]-2-amino-3-methylpentanoateHMDB
[S-(R*,r*)]-2-amino-3-methylpentanoic acidHMDB
α-amino-β-methylvaleric acidbiospider
2-amino-3-MethylpentanoateHMDB
2-amino-3-Methylpentanoic acidHMDB
2-amino-3-MethylvalerateGenerator
2-amino-3-Methylvaleric acidChEBI
2S,3S-IsoleucineHMDB
a-amino-b-MethylvalerateGenerator
a-amino-b-Methylvaleric acidGenerator
alpha-amino-beta-MethylvalerateGenerator
alpha-amino-beta-Methylvaleric acidChEBI
erythro-L-IsoleucineHMDB
IleChEBI
Iso-leucineHMDB
Isoleucine (van)biospider
Isoleucine; L-erythro-formdb_source
L-(+)-IsoleucineHMDB
L-IleHMDB
L-Isoleucinedb_source
sec-C4H9CH(NH2)COOHbiospider
α-amino-β-methylvalerateGenerator
α-amino-β-methylvaleric acidGenerator
Chemical FormulaC6H13NO2
IUPAC name2-amino-3-methylpentanoic acid
InChI IdentifierInChI=1S/C6H13NO2/c1-3-4(2)5(7)6(8)9/h4-5H,3,7H2,1-2H3,(H,8,9)
InChI KeyAGPKZVBTJJNPAG-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Isomeric SMILESCCC(C)C(N)C(O)=O
Average Molecular Weight131.1729
Monoisotopic Molecular Weight131.094628665
Chemical Taxonomy
ClassificationNot classified
Physico-Chemical Properties - Experimental
PropertyValueReference
Experimental logP-1.70HANSCH,C ET AL. (1995)
Experimental Water Solubility34.4 mg/mL at 25 oCYALKOWSKY,SH & DANNENFELSER,RM (1992)
Melting PointMp 285-286° dec.DFC
Foods of Origin
FoodContent Range AverageReference
FoodReference
Production Data
Production Methodcommercial
Production Method ReferenceNot Available
Production Method Reference FileNot Available
Quantity AvailableProduction upon request, up to 8 g
Delivery TimeNot Available
Storage Formsolid
Storage Conditions-80°C
StabilityNot Available
PurityNot Available
Spectra
Spectral Data Upon RequestNot Available
Provider Information
Contact NameContact InstitutionContact Email
Rosa Vazquez Fresnovazquezf@ualberta.ca
Commercial Vendors
AKSci G141
AKSci J93639
Glentham GM6591
Glentham GM8967
MetaSci HMDB0000172
Sigma-Aldrich HMDB0000172
Toronto Research Chemicals I820175