lanthionine

S(CH2-CH(NH3)+-COO- )2; 3,3'-thiodialanine;an amino acid obtained from wood which resembles cystine but has only one sulfur atom in the molecule rather than two; i.e., a sulfide rather than a disulfide. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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lanthionine

Type: Term Pronunciation: lan-thī′ō-nēn Definitions: 1. an amino acid obtained from wood that resembles cystine but has only one sulfur atom in the molecule rather than two, a sulfide rather than a disulfide.
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Lanthionine

Lanthionine is a nonproteinogenic amino acid with the chemical formula (HOOC-CH(NH2)-CH2-S-CH2-CH(NH2)-COOH). As the monosulfide analog of cystine, lanthionine is composed of two alanine residues that are crosslinked on their β-carbon atoms by a thioether linkage. Despite its name, lanthionine does not contain lanthanum. ==Background== In 1941, l...
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