Isolation and Structure of Agaritine , a y-Glutamyl-substituted Arylhydrazine Derivative from Agaricaceae

@inproceedings{LEVENBERGt2003IsolationAS,
  title={Isolation and Structure of Agaritine , a y-Glutamyl-substituted Arylhydrazine Derivative from Agaricaceae},
  author={BRUCE LEVENBERGt},
  year={2003}
}
  • BRUCE LEVENBERGt
  • Published 2003
During the past several years, reports have appeared concerning the separation and characterization of a variety of newly recognized nonprotein amino acids of plant origin (2-6). A number of these substances have been identified as derivatives of glutamine in which substitution by residues other than those represented by the common a-amino acids has occurred at the amide nitrogen atom (6-13). In the present work, a new yglutamyl derivative of this type (herein referred to by the trivial name… CONTINUE READING

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