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α-ketoglutaric acid /α-ke·to·glu·tar·ic ac·id/ (-gloo-tar´ik) a metabolic intermediate involved in the tricarboxylic acid cycle, in amino acid metabolism, and in transamination reactions as an amino group acceptor.
2-oxoglutaric acid; intermediate of TCA cycle.
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Glutamate is acted upon by glutamate dehydrogenase generating alpha ketoglutarate and ammonia.
The archaeal pyruvate and alpha ketoglutarate generated by the action of GDH on glutamate can suppress NFKB producing immunosuppression and decrease in cytokine secretion.
Total cholesterol, lucose, and electrolytes in piglets serum after a- ketoglutarate
(AKG) and dexamethasone treatment dutiny prenatal and neonatal life.
The activities of fatty acid synthetase, ketoglutarate
dehydrogenase (EC 1.
Rapid diagnosis of pyruvate and ketoglutarate
dehydrogenase deficiencies in platelet-enriched preparations from blood.