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Trubrit
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http://www.bbc.com/news/health-42976851

Always new studies. Lets hope something good comes out of them. 

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Mikenh
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Fascinating stuff. The mention of glycine is interesting in CRCs as KRAS G12D is the substitution of a glycine by an aspartic acid and G12V is the substituion of a glycine by a valine. Maybe excess glycine results in a mutation? I'm sure that we could figure out the pathway to this but it may be that excess of some chemicals can make it easier for mutations to happen.

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nkeelty
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I love asparagus, I would give it up though!

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PamRav
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mikenh you are so darn smart.  Seriously. 

I looked at the foods that contain glycine, unfortunately for me I eat a lot of them.  Don’t know how much a person can possibly give up!

hopefully this dis overly will need to something that will help all of us. 

Pam 

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