Canavanine

L-(+)-(S)-Canavanine is a non-proteinogenic α-amino acid found in certain leguminous plants. It is structurally related to the proteinogenic α-amino acid L-arginine, the sole difference being the replacement of a methylene bridge (-{chem|CH|2}- unit) in arginine with an oxa group (i.e., an oxygen atom) in canavanine. Canavanine is accumulated pr...
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canavanine

<chemical> Chemical name: L-Homoserine, O-((aminoiminomethyl)amino)- ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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canavanine

noun an amino acid found in the jack bean
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canavanine

Type: Term Pronunciation: kan′ă-van′īn Definitions: 1. an analogue of arginine found in certain legumes; used in studies of arginine-dependent systems; it is also a potent growth inhibitor.
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canavanine

[n] - an amino acid found in the jack bean
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