Whereas cytosine is deaminated
to uracil, 5-methyl cytosine is deaminated
The results also show that protein fed in excess of animal needs is deaminated
and does not contribute to animal growth .
When insufficient non-protein energy is available in feeds, dietary protein is deaminated
in the body to supply energy for metabolism rather than being used for tissue growth, and excreted ammonia can reduce water quality (Phillips 1972, Shyong et al.
Dose- and time-dependent urinary excretion of deaminated
purines and pyrimidines after sublethal gamma-radiation exposure in mice.
2003) showed that supplying peptides offered an advantage over free AA that is easily deaminated
in the rumen.
Genomic DNA (approximately 5 jig) was primarily deaminated
using EZ DNA methylation kit (Zymo Research, USA) and was used for methylation analysis.
However, diets with excessive protein depressed growth of tilapia (Sarotherodon mossambicus) under normal culture condition because excess absorbed amino acids may have deaminated
and been excreted (Jauncey, 1982).
This report described a liquid chromatographic electrochemical detection (LCED) (4) method for measuring plasma concentrations of catecholamines as well as dihydroxyphenylglycol (DHPG), the main deaminated
metabolite of norepinephrine, dihydroxyphenylalanine (DOPA), the immediate precursor of dopamine, and dihydroxyphenylacetic acid (DOPAC), the deaminated
metabolite of dopamine.