The role of biotin and adenylic acid in amino acid deaminases.

@article{Lichstein1948TheRO,
  title={The role of biotin and adenylic acid in amino acid deaminases.},
  author={H. Lichstein and J. Christman},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1948},
  volume={175 2},
  pages={
          649-62
        }
}
Within the past year the mode of action of biotin has become increasingly clarified. The relation of this vitamin to oxalacetic acid decarboxylation was discovered independently in at least four laboratories (l-l), while its apparent role in the synthesis of oleic acid has been suggested by Williams et al. (5) and Snell et al. (6). Biotin has further been shown to activate the deamination of aspartic acid, serine, and threonine (7). This paper is concerned with biotin activation of the… Expand
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by gest on N ovem er 6, 2017 hp://w w w .jb.org/ D ow nladed from Herman C. Lichstein and John F. Christman ACID IN AMINO ACID DEAMINASES THE RÔLE OF BIOTIN AND ADENYLIC 1948, 175:649-662
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hp://w w w .jb.org/ D ow nladed from Herman C. Lichstein and John F. Christman ACID IN AMINO ACID DEAMINASES THE RÔLE OF BIOTIN AND ADENYLIC 1948, 175:649-662
  • .I. Biol. Chem.,
  • 1947