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PostSubject: The uses of Taurine   Mon Aug 01, 2011 9:20 pm

Taurine , its CAS NO. is 107-35-7, the synonyms are 2-Aminoethanesulfonic acid ; 2-Aminoethylsulfonic acid ; 2-Sulfoethylamine ; Tauphon ; Taurinum ; beta-Aminoethylsulfonic acid ; Ethanesulfonic acid, 2-amino- ; L-Taurine .The uses of Taurine are as follows:

1. Taurine is an essential dietary requirement for feline health, since cats cannot synthesize the compound. The absence of taurine causes a cat's retina to slowly degenerate, causing eye problems and (eventually) irreversible blindness — a condition known as central retinal degeneration (CRD),as well as hair loss and tooth decay. It was discovered in 1987 that taurine deficiency can also cause feline dilated cardiomyopathy. Unlike CRD, the condition is reversible with supplementation. Taurine is now a requirement of the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) and any dry or wet food product labeled approved by the AAFCO should have a minimum of 0.1% taurine in dry food and 0.2% in wet food.
2.Recent research has provided evidence that Taurine is essential in early bird development of passerines. Many passerines, regardless of spider availability, seek out many Taurine-rich spiders to feed their young particularly in their youngest stages of life. Researchers later compared the behaviors and development of birds fed a Taurine-supplemented diet to a control diet and found that juveniles that were fed Taurine-rich diets as neonates were much larger risk takers and more adept at spatial learning tasks.
3. Taurine is used as a functional food in many energy drinks and energy products. Despite being present in many energy foods, it has not been proven to be energy-giving. A study of mice hereditarily unable to transport Taurine suggests that it is needed for proper maintenance and functioning of skeletal muscles. Additionally, it has been shown to be effective in removing fatty liver deposits in humans, preventing liver disease, and reducing cirrhosis in rats.
4. Taurine is necessary for normal skeletal muscle functioning.
5.It is believed that prematurely born infants lack the enzymes needed to convert cystathionine to cysteine and may therefore become deficient in taurine. Thus, Taurine is thought to be a dietary essential nutrient in these individuals and has been added to many infant formulas as a measure of prudence, since the early 1980s.
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