Arginine - Definition


Arginine is one of the 20 amino acids naturally contained in proteins. It is also possible to produce arginine from guano, the excrement of bats and sea birds. During its deterioration, arginine allows energy production. It is found in energy drinks, as well as being used in treatments to enhance sexual performance, to stimulate the immune system, and to produce the growth hormone.
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