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deaminated (dēam´inātəd),

adj pertaining to α-amino acids that have undergone the chemical alteration that removes ammonia (NH3) from glutamate.
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Animals feeding on protein-deficient diets, in contrast, probably "spare protein" and utilize the nitrogen from deaminated tissue protein to synthesize new amino acids, using the carbon skeletons derived from dietary carbohydrates and lipids (Fisler et al.
But even if one molecule of glutamate was deaminated, the carbon recycled to 2-oxoglutarate, and the ammonium released to be reassimilated by the host, the algae would still gain a new molecule of glutamate for each molecule of glutamine taken up.
2003) showed that supplying peptides offered an advantage over free AA that is easily deaminated in the rumen.
Genomic DNA (approximately 5 jig) was primarily deaminated using EZ DNA methylation kit (Zymo Research, USA) and was used for methylation analysis.
Some of the methylated cytosines are subsequently deaminated, thus generating a thymine.
The high frequency of C:G > T:A changes is strongly indicative that these changes are indeed artifactual and most readily explained as a consequence of cytosine being deaminated to uracil.
However, diets with excessive protein depressed growth of tilapia (Sarotherodon mossambicus) under normal culture condition because excess absorbed amino acids may have deaminated and been excreted (Jauncey, 1982).
Dose- and time-dependent urinary excretion of deaminated purines and pyrimidines after sublethal gamma-radiation exposure in mice.
RDP is degraded to peptides and amino acids and further deaminated into ammonia.
The remaining amino acids are deaminated to generate energy and ammonia, then the ammonia is converted to urea in the liver, the source of BUN and MUN.
This report described a liquid chromatographic electrochemical detection (LCED) (4) method for measuring plasma concentrations of catecholamines as well as dihydroxyphenylglycol (DHPG), the main deaminated metabolite of norepinephrine, dihydroxyphenylalanine (DOPA), the immediate precursor of dopamine, and dihydroxyphenylacetic acid (DOPAC), the deaminated metabolite of dopamine.