thienylalanine

thi·e·nyl·al·a·nine

(thī'ĕ-nil-al'ă-nēn),
A compound structurally similar to phenylalanine that inhibits the growth of Escherichia coli, presumably by competitive inhibition of enzymes for which l-phenylalanine is the substrate.

thi·e·nyl·al·a·nine

(thī'ĕ-nil-al'ă-nēn)
A compound structurally similar to phenylalanine that inhibits the growth of Escherichia coli, presumably by competitive inhibition of enzymes for which l-phenylalanine is the substrate.
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beta]-2 thienylalanine is an inhibitor of Bacillus subtilis.
B-2 thienylalanine was not added to the growth medium.