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Normal level of sepsis-associated phenylcarboxylic acids in human serum
E. G. Olenina
Corpus ID: 1621287
Previous studies showed that large amounts of phenylcarboxylic acids (PhCAs) are accumulated in a septic patient’s blood due to…
Production of phenyllactic acid by lactic acid bacteria: an approach to the selection of strains contributing to food quality and preservation.
FEMS microbiology letters
Corpus ID: 19832838
The ability of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) to produce phenyllactic (PLA) and 4-hydroxy-phenyllactic (OH-PLA) acids, metabolites…
A SIMPLE PHENYLALANINE METHOD FOR DETECTING PHENYLKETONURIA IN LARGE POPULATIONS OF NEWBORN INFANTS.
Corpus ID: 30689475
A new method is described for rapid and economical screening of large numbers of hospital nursery infants for elevation in blood…
Response of Lactic Acid Bacteria to Amino Acid Derivatives. IV. Lactobacillus casei 280–16A and Phenyllactic Acids.∗
Proceedings of the Society for Experimental…
Corpus ID: 27085214
Summary L- and D-phenyllactic acids were shown to be interchangeable in replacing L-phenylalanine for L. casei 280–16A, but not…
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