Last Updated: July 13, 2023

Taurine is a sulfur-containing amino acid that is not involved in protein synthesis but is essential to cardiovascular function and the development and function of the brain, retina, and skeletal muscle.

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4.^Andrew Shao, John N HathcockRisk assessment for the amino acids taurine, L-glutamine and L-arginineRegul Toxicol Pharmacol.(2008 Apr)