The Metabolism of Quinaldylglycylglycine, a Urinary Metabolite of Quinaldic Acid in the Cat.


Quinaldic acid, which was found to be a metabolite of kynurenic acid (l), was not conjugated by the rabbit (2), but was excreted by the rat both free and as the glycine conjugate (3). When quinaldic acid was administered orally or parenterally to the cat, the urine contained little, if any, quinaldic acid or quinaldylglycine, but about two-thirds of the… (More)


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