methionine


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a crystalline amino acid containing sulfur

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announced that its board of directors has approved the construction of a new liquid methionine plant in Nanjing, China.
Increased dietary methionine concentrations had no negative influence on the health status of foxes, and they supported protein digestibility and nitrogen retention.
Methionine supplementation in basal diets improved the production performance of broiler breeders.
Methionine and homocysteine are two very important amino acids.
Preparation of [sup]11C-methyl iodide and L-[S-methyl-[sup]11C] methionine by an automated continuous flow process.
Similarly, it has been documented that feed intake efficiency increased with supplementation of lysine, methionine and vitamin E [27, 28].
12] is a required cofactor for methionine synthase, while folic acid is a required cofactor for 5, 10-methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase.
It can be concluded that methionine and lysine supplementation had a positive effect on milk yield and milk composition (milk protein, solid not fat, total solids and lactose).
Methionine has been shown to benefit immune function when added to diets of poultry at higher concentration than is required to maximize growth and feed efficiency [2].
There were no differences between whole body concentrations of arginine, histidine, isoleucine, methionine, methionine+cysteine, phenylalanine, phenylalanine+tyrosine, and tryptophan of Nile tilapia and colliroja.
Hydrogen sulfide can also be produced as methionine and cysteine degradation, which may be a reflection of yeast stress or autolysis.
Methionine is a sulfur containing essential amino acid.
Vitamin B12 is an essential cofactor in homocysteinemeta bolisem to methionine and vitamin B6 by cystathionine 6 synthase converts homocysteine to cystathionine [10].
Homocysteine can be regenerated to methionine via the remethylation pathway or irreversibly degraded to cysteine via transsulfuration.
S-adenosyl methionine improves early viral responses and Interferon-stimulated gene induction in hepatitis C nonresponders.