Ueber das Vorkommen von Methylmercaptan im menschlichen Harn nach Spargelgenuss

  title={Ueber das Vorkommen von Methylmercaptan im menschlichen Harn nach Spargelgenuss},
  author={M. Nencki},
  journal={Archiv f{\"u}r experimentelle Pathologie und Pharmakologie},
  • M. Nencki
  • Published 2005
  • Chemistry
  • Archiv für experimentelle Pathologie und Pharmakologie
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Green and White Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis): A Source of Developmental, Chemical and Urinary Intrigue
This short review of the biochemistry of Asparagus has summarised most of the literature to illustrate the chemical richness of the crop and how this might relate to key quality parameters and proposes that (untargeted) metabolomics should have a more prominent role in these investigations. Expand
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Excretion and Perception of a Characteristic Odor in Urine after Asparagus Ingestion: a Psychophysical and Genetic Study
It is concluded that individual differences exist in both odorant production and odor perception, and the biological basis for the inability to produce the metabolite in detectable quantities is unknown. Expand
History of nineteenth-century organosulfur chemistry
A survey of the history of organic sulfur compounds is presented. Mainly, the discoveries that have been achieved on this topic in the nineteenth century are considered. However, outlooks onExpand
Odorous urine following asparagus ingestion in man
The production of odorous urine after the ingestion of asparagus has been shown to occur in 43% of 800 volunteers investigated and is reproducible over a 12-month-period. Expand
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A ParadoxClarified : SetPoint Valuesfor Cholesterol , Direct and Enzymatic
In my review on cholesterol (1), I questioned the set points of an SMA reference serum of Technicon Instruments Corporation because the direct value, said to be standardized by the Abell procedureExpand