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a crystalline amino acid found in proteins (especially keratin)

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The dietary levels of methionine and cystine were estimated with the use of the Biochrom 20 plus amino acid analyzer, Biochrom amino acid analysis reagents (Biochrom Ltd.
We found statistically significant correlations between increased resistance to 5-fluorocytosine and higher enzymatic activity of alkaline phosphatase, chymotrypsin, and alpha-glucosidase; increased resistance to fluconazole and higher enzymatic activity of esterase and beta-glucosidase as well as increased susceptibility to ketoconazole and higher enzymatic activity of cystine arylamidase; increased susceptibility to fluconazole and higher enzymatic activity of mannosidase.
Although the topical cysteamine therapy had not reduced the opacities in the cornea caused by cystine crystals, no ocular or systemic complications were observed.
The average mean HU was reported as 565-698 HU for cystine and 700-1438 HU for CaOX stones in different studies (5,6,7,8).
Analysis of 24-hour urine will show elevated cystine concentrations of greater than 400 mg/L urine (Biyani & Cartledge, 2006).
Johnson, Pulsed electrochemical detection of cysteine, cystine, methionine, and glutathione at gold electrodes following their separation by liquid chromatography, Anal.
The disorder results from dysfunction or absence of the cystinosin protein, a lysosomal membrane transporter that serves to export cystine from the lumen of the lysosome (2, 3).
The effects of GanedenBC 30 with protein were examined in a random double blind crossover clinical trial on key amino acids including leucine (the regulator for muscle protein synthesis), isoleucine and valine (branched chain amino acids), as well as histidine, alanine, asparagines, citrulline, cystine, glutamine (a key amino acid for supporting ph balance and the immune system), methionine, ornthinine, serine, threonine, tryptophan and phenylalanine.
01% amino acid solution of alanine, aspartic acid, cysteine, cystine, glutamine, histidine, leucine, lysine, tyrosine and thiamine supplemeted in basal medium was investigated.
Cysteine (Cys) and its disulfide cystine (CySS) constitute the major small molecular weight thiol-disulfide redox couple in extracellular compartments.
Struvite (magnesium ammonium phosphate) and calcium oxalate calculi are the most common canine uroliths followed by urate, silicate, cystine and mixed types.
Current assay evaluated the effects of deceasing crude protein and methionine + cystine and protease supplementation in the diets of commercial laying hens at different ages on the internal quality of egg stored in different conditions and at different stocking periods.
Japanese scientists have succeeded in reversing a key part of how we age using cystine, a common supplement.
In particular, the sulfur in cystine and methionine is converted to sulfate, which tends to acidify the blood.