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Why Amino Acids

What We Do

Amino acids are not just building blocks for proteins, they are a crucial element of human biology. Cell-specific sets of amino acids critically and uniquely regulate a wealth of essential disease pathways and biologies.

They serve as critical signaling molecules, primary materials for biological reactions, and as part of transport across membranes, among many other functions. Their multifunctionality makes them attractive drug candidates for treating a broad spectrum of diseases.