alloisoleucine

al·lo·i·so·leu·cine (aIle),

(al'ō-ī'sō-lū'sēn),
A stereoisomer of isoleucine; d-alloisoleucine is the diastereoisomer of d-isoleucine.
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The isobaric analytes of leucine, isoleucine, alloisoleucine, and hydroxyproline could not be separated by this method.
Concentrations of 6 other amino acids including alloisoleucine, homocystine, cystathionine, cystine, argininosuccinate, [alpha]-aminoadipic acid, were not detectable (< 1 [micro]mol/L) in blood spot extracts.
Plasma amino acid levels to assess the elevation of BCAA and to detect alloisoleucine. Detection of alloisoleucine is diagnostic for MSUD.
Lynch, "Alloisoleucine differentiates the branched-chain aminoacidemia of Zucker and dietary obese rats," Obesity, vol.
Measurement of alloisoleucine, BCKDH activity, and DNA analysis are not widely available.
Leucine, isoleucine, alloisoleucine, and hydroxyproline all have molecular weights of about 131 and are quantitated together for this reason.
Second-tier test for quantification of alloisoleucine and branched-chain amino acids in dried blood spots to improve newborn screening for maple syrup urine disease (MSUD).
The metabolic profile may be further complicated by intermediate metabolites such as 3-and 4-hydroxyisovaleric acid (5), methylsuccinic acid (6), methylfumaric acid (7), isovalerylglucuronide (8), isovalerylglutamic acid (9), N-isovalerylalanine and N-isovalerylsarcosine (10), isovalerylcamitine (11), 3-hydroxyisoheptanioc acid (12), and alloisoleucine (4).
Plasma alloisoleucine was slightly increased in patient 1 (although this was against a background of slight increases in other branched-chain amino acids) and within the reference interval in patient 2.
Plasma alloisoleucine, the first intermediate of the Rpathway, was also slightly increased in one patient, but this was an inconsistent finding because the concentration was within the reference interval in another patient.
We therefore examined the (patho)physiological significance of alloisoleucine plasma concentrations for the differential diagnosis of MSUD.
The range for reliable quantification of alloisoleucine was 0.1-10 nmol (equivalent to 0.5-50 [micro]mol/L in plasma).