Saccharopine

Saccharopine is an intermediate in the metabolism of amino acid lysine. It is a precursor of lysine in the alpha-aminoadipate pathway which occurs in a few lower fungi, the higher fungi, and euglenids. In mammals and higher plants saccharopine is an intermediate in the degradation of lysine, formed by condensation of lysine and alpha-ketoglutarate...
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saccharopine

HOOC(CH2)2CH(COOH)NH(CH2)4CH(NH2)COOH;a derivative of alpha-ketoglutarate and l-lysine that is an intermediate in l-lysine catabolism; elevated in cases of saccharopinuria. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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saccharopine

Type: Term Pronunciation: sak′ă-rō-pēn′ Definitions: 1. A derivative of α-ketoglutarate and l-lysine that is an intermediate in l-lysine catabolism; elevated in cases of saccharopinuria.
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