The amino acid Lysin is essential for the biosynthesis of proteins and the preservation of muscular and cellular connective tissue. After her chemical structure and composition Lysin belongs to the basic amino acids. With Lysin the free amino group (NH2) reacts in the side chain as a base, in particular, if the pH factor is too low or sour. If this is the case, the free NH2 group of Lysin takes up protons (H +) from the surroundings and becomes NH3 +. By the proton connection Lysin raises the pH factor of the surroundings and receives at the same time a positive load. In this manner the basic amino acids hold the pH factor straight in the extra and intracelular space of the organism.