P-Aminoisobutyric acid as a marker catabolism in malignancy

@inproceedings{Gennip1987PAminoisobutyricAA,
  title={P-Aminoisobutyric acid as a marker catabolism in malignancy},
  author={Albert H. van Gennip and Eline J. van Bree-Blom and A. J. van Erven and Paul A. Vofite},
  year={1987}
}
Urine from untreated patients with various tumours and controls has been examined for the excretion of P-aminoisobutyric acid and uric acid. The patients were classified into four groups: I, P-aminoisobutyric acid and uric acid both normal; II, P-aminoisobutyric acid normal, uric acid elevated; III, /3-aminoisobu- tyric acid elevated, uric acid normal; IV, P-aminoisobutyric acid and uric acid both elevated. Uric acid was used as an indicator for tissue-breakdown. Pseudouridine being a specific… CONTINUE READING

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