Of those, not only 16 amino acids, but also the contents of 6 dipeptides
also increased over the duration (Table 3).
These overrepresented classes covered over half (33/53) of the metabolites in the five annotated lipid pathways; half (3/6) of the metabolites in the purine metabolism, (hypo)xanthine/inosine-containing pathway; and over a third (24/61) of the metabolites on the dipeptide
standards were chosen to represent the range of chemical properties covered by dipeptides
When glutathione concentration is reduced, [gamma]-glutamylcysteine formation increases and this dipeptide
is converted to 5-oxoproline in the plasma; some of the 5-oxoproline is excreted in urine.
Oral free and dipeptide
forms of glutamine supplementation attenuate oxidative stress and inflammation induced by endotoxemia.
The ethylene dipeptide
HIV-1 PR inhibitors usually contain benzyl groups.
The amount of the hydrolyzed Met-Gly amide bond in these reactions was determined by integration of the resonance for the glycine protons of the dipeptide
attached to platinum(II) (4.02 ppm) and that for these protons of the free glycine (3.76 ppm).
This calculation highlighted 9 significant metabolites: galactose, uric acid, 3,4-dihydroxybutyric acid, galactitol, alanine, lysine, 4-hydroxyphenylacetic acid, serine, and hydroxyproline dipeptide
. Notably, the entire set of metabolites resulted more abundant in Ph1, except for uric acid.
The arginine-glutamic acid dipeptide
repeats gene (RERE (MIM: 605226)) is located in the proximal 1p36 critical region [9, 10].
Li, "Solvent-induced structural transition of self-assembled dipeptide
: from organogels to microcrystals," Chemistry--A European Journal, vol.
Its function was proposed to transfer histidine and dipeptide
out from lysosome to cytosol .
A prediction method named CryoProtect that is based on a random forest classifier and the combination of amino acid composition and dipeptide
composition is proposed herein.