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Carnitine plays essential roles in intermediary metabolism. In non-vegetarians, most of carnitine sources (~75%) are obtained… Expand We recently reported a deletion of exon 2 of the trimethyllysine hydroxylase epsilon (TMLHE) gene in a proband with autism. TMLHE… Expand Carnitine is an essential cofactor in the transport of long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondrial matrix and plays an… Expand The first enzyme of carnitine biosynthesis is the mitochondrial 6‐N‐trimethyllysine dioxygenase, which converts 6‐N… Expand Although the mouse frequently is used to study metabolism and deficiencies therein, little is known about carnitine biosynthesis… Expand A method for determination of 6-N-trimethyllysine in urine is described. Trimethyllysine and the chemically analogous 6-N… Expand Following receptor-mediated endocytosis of trimethyllysine-labeled asialofetuin and agalacto-orosomucoid by liver parenchymal and… Expand The methylation of myosin and other proteins has been studied using primary cultures of 12-day-old embryonic chick leg muscle… Expand Abstract The ability of rat liver, kidney, muscle, heart and testis tissue to carry out the in vitro synthesis of carnitine via e… Expand Abstract Wheat germ cytochrome c contains 2 residues of e-N-trimethyllysine (lysine betaine) at positions 72 and 86. Neurospora… Expand