The review highlights the demand for better inhibitors for amino acid independence and new strategies and targets for the development of amino acid concentrations and drug targets. Cancer cells, for example, need essential amino acids to multiply and spread. The amino acid transporter is essential for capturing the nutrients from the blood vessels, which can be treated with inhibitory inhibitors.
This is the field of active research and the emerging strategy for cancer. In the brain, amino acids act as neurotransmitters, which are characterized by rapid acceleration of nerve endings. Amino acid carriers can be targeted to promote inhibition or stimulation, a strategy used to treat chronic pain, possibly schizophrenia, and brain damage.
Amino acids are created from the breakdown of protein nutrition, which is required by the nutrition of cells, and by the radical differentiation of the brain and the metabolism of cellular nutrients. Some of these functions can be prevented from treating cancer, diabetes and chronic pain.