argininosuccinic acid

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argininosuccinic acid

 [ahr″-jĭ-ne´no-suk-sin″ik]
a compound normally formed in urea formation in the liver, but not normally present in urine.

ar·gi·ni·no·suc·cin·ic ac·id

(ar'ji-ni-nō-sŭk-sin'ik as'id),
Compound formed as an intermediate in the conversion of l-citrulline to l-arginine in the urea cycle.

argininosuccinic acid

/ar·gi·ni·no·suc·cin·ic ac·id/ (ASA) (-suk-sin´ik) an amino acid formed in the urea cycle.

ar·gi·ni·no·suc·cin·ic ac·id

(ahr'ji-ni-nō-sŭk-sin'ik as'id)
Formed as an intermediate in the conversion of l-citrulline to l-arginine in the urea cycle.

argininosuccinic acid

a compound normally formed as an intermediate in urea metabolism in the liver, but not normally present in urine.
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0%) was observed with various substances, including sarcosine, creatinine, creatine phosphate, guanidinoacetic acid, guanidinosuccinic acid, [gamma]-guanidinobutyric acid, [beta]-guanidinopropionic acid, methylguanidine, arginine, arginosuccinic acid, alanine, aspartic acid, ornithine, citrulline, proline, cysteine, tryptophan, methionine, glutathione (reduced and oxidized forms), and ascorbic acid, respectively, each at a concentration of 100 [micro]mol/L.