Labile methyl group balances in the human: the role of sarcosine.

@article{Mudd1980LabileMG,
  title={Labile methyl group balances in the human: the role of sarcosine.},
  author={S. Mudd and M. Ebert and C. Scriver},
  journal={Metabolism: clinical and experimental},
  year={1980},
  volume={29 8},
  pages={
          707-20
        }
}
Abstract Estimates of the daily rate of methionine utilization by adult humans, published previously, were under-estimated because available data did not permit quantitative assessment of the rate at which the methyl moiety of methionine is oxidized. 1 The present paper reports efforts to measure the rate of oxidation of methionine methyl by the two pathways that proceed through the intermediate N -methylglycine (sarcosine). Two sarcosinemic, sarcosinuric patients, proven or presumed to have… Expand
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