Glutaminolysis in Animal Cells

@inproceedings{Mckeehan1986GlutaminolysisIA,
  title={Glutaminolysis in Animal Cells},
  author={Wallace L. Mckeehan},
  year={1986}
}
  • Wallace L. Mckeehan
  • Published 1986
  • Chemistry
  • Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in plasma and most tissues (Van Slyke et al., 1943). Because of both empirical reasoning and cellular requirements determined experimentally, it is the most abundant amino acid in most cell culture media (Ham and McKeehan, 1979). Although other amino acids have metabolic functions in addition to protein and peptide synthesis, glutamine is the most versatile (Krebs, 1980). It is the major source of urinary nitrogen and a key factor in acid—base balance… CONTINUE READING

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