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Enzymatic Reactions of Methionine Sulfoximine

@inproceedings{Arthur2002EnzymaticRO,
  title={Enzymatic Reactions of Methionine Sulfoximine},
  author={Arthur and J. and L. and Cooper},
  year={2002}
}
  • Arthur, J., +1 author Cooper
  • Published 2002
  • L-Methionine sulfoximine is a substrate of L-amino acid oxidase (Crotalus adamanteus), glutamine transaminase, and y-cystathionase. In the reaction catalyzed by L-amino acid oxidase, methionine sulfoximine is converted to oc-imino-y-methylsulfoximinylbutyrate, which undergoes rapid y elimination yielding methane sulfinimide and 2-imino-3-butenoic acid. Methane sulfinimide is converted to methane sulfonamide, methane sulfinic acid, and methane sulfonic acid; 2-imino&butenoic acid is hydrolyzed… CONTINUE READING
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