The biological formation of sarcosine.

@article{Horner1950TheBF,
  title={The biological formation of sarcosine.},
  author={W. H. Horner and C. Mackenzie},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1950},
  volume={187 1},
  pages={
          15-22
        }
}
Mcthylglycine was first prepared in 1847 by Liebig (1) as a product of t’he degradation of creatine by a concentrated solution of barium hydroxide. Liebig named the new compound sarcosine. Despite its early preparat.ion, it appears t.hst the occurrence of sarcosine in higher animals has never been demonstrated. Indeed the only reference we have been able to find on the occurrence of sarcosine in nature is the report of Kossel and Edlbacher (2) in 1915 on the isolation of sarcosine from the… Expand
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