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determination of cystine

Ella Woods

determination of cystine

by means of feeding experiments

by Ella Woods

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Published by Lansing-Broas Ptg. Co., Inc. in [Poughkeepsie, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cystine.,
  • Diet.,
  • Growth.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ella Woods ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP551 .W6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination22 p, 1 l.
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6667697M
    LC Control Number24019128
    OCLC/WorldCa17824543

    Dual-energy computed tomography (DECT) has recently been suggested as the imaging modality of choice for kidney stones due to its ability to provide information on stone composition. Standard postprocessing of the dual-energy images accurately identifies uric acid stones, but not other types. Cystine stones can be identified from DECT images when analyzed with advanced by: 2. ŠEVČÍKOVÁ, Petra a Zdeněk GLATZ. Monitornig of Cysteine in Human Urine by On-column Derivatization during MEKC. In Book of abstracts of Developments in Chromatography and Electrophoresis & Chiranal c: Česká společnost chemická - skupina pro chromatografii a elektroforézu, Author: Petra Ševčíková, Zdeněk Glatz.

    Cystine Determination Laboratory University of California, San Diego Dept. of Pediatrics West Arbor Drive, # San Diego CA REQUEST FOR ANALYSIS (Complete and return with sample) San Diego, CA CLIA ID: 05D () TAX ID: () NPI ID: () Patient Name: Date of. L-Cystine is a covalently linked dimeric nonessential amino acid formed by the oxidation of cysteine. Two molecules of cysteine are joined together by a disulfide bridge to form cystine. Cystine is a chemical substance which naturally occurs as a deposit in the urine, and can form a calculus (hard mineral formation) when deposited in the kidney.

    DL-Cystine is a racemic mixture of the proteinogenic amino acids L-cystine and the non-proteinogenic D-cystine. DL-cystine is used in the preparation of sulfur-containing dimeric and monomeric surfactants. Cystine is a sulfur-containing amino acid obtained by the oxidation of two cysteine molecules which are then linked via a disulfide bond. It has a role as a human metabolite and a mouse metabolite. It is an organic disulfide, a sulfur-containing amino acid and a cysteine derivative. It is a tautomer of a cystine .


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Determination of cystine by Ella Woods Download PDF EPUB FB2

DNP-cystine were carried out in triplicate, and the values ob- tained were averaged. Determination of Protein Content-In most cases, protein concentration was determined by using the known extinction coefficient of the protein in question in the region of rnp.

THE DETERMINATION OF CYSTINE IN URINE BY M. SULLIVAN AND W. HESS (From the Chemo-Medical Research Institute, Georgetown University, FVashington) (Received for publication, J ) At determination of cystine book times methods have been devised for the determina- tion of cystine. The considerable background colour in previous methods for the absorptiometric determination of cystine by means of p-aminodimethylaniline has been almost eliminated by solvent extraction of the required coloured compound.

Alkali treatment of the extract intensifies the by: 3. Hexadecylpyridinium chloride micelles for the simultaneous kinetic determination of cysteine and cystine by their induction of the iodine-azide reaction.

Analytica Chimica Acta(3), DOI: /S(96) M.L. Lunar, S. Rubio, D. by: Determination of cysteine and glutathione in cucumber leaves by HPLC with UV detection - Analytical Methods (RSC Publishing) Cysteine (Cys) and glutathione (GSH) have been identified as key players in redox-based defense and signaling under stress in by: A convenient determination of the combined content of cystine and cysteine in proteins depends on the oxidation of the amino acids to cysteic acid.

This chapter discusses the determination of cystine as cysteic acid. A variety of strong oxidizing agents accomplish this reaction. The most suitable reagents are hydrogen peroxide and various peracids, particularly performic by: After the degradation of biological samples (e.g.

milk, wool, etc.), it is often important to know the cystine/cysteine ratio. This Application Bulletin describes the simultaneous, polarographic determination of the two amino acids.

The determination is performed in perchloric acid solution at the DME. Samples with a high protein content require that the determination is performed in an. Simultaneous determination of cysteine, cystine and 18 other amino acids in various matrices by high-performance liquid chromatography.

Journal of Chromatography A(2), Cited by: The UCSD Cystine Determination Laboratory is an accredited analytical laboratory, and is affiliated with the UCSD Biochemical Genetics and Metabolomics primary role is the assay of the intracellular cystine content of cells and tissues to support diagnosis and treatment of cystinosis.

We recommend that WBC cystine be measured just before a dose of cysteeamine, near the "trough" of cysteamine (the time of lowest drug level).

As opposed to Cystagon TM, the absolute trough comes a little later with Procysbi TM, about a half hour after the dose, but the small difference in WBC cystine is less of a consideration than the practical concerns about precise timing after a dose, as. Modification of Cysteine Chapter in Current protocols in protein science / editorial board, John E.

Coligan [et al.] February with 47 Reads. Determination of cysteine concentration by fluorescence increase: reaction of cysteine with a fluorogenic aldehyde - Chemical Communications (RSC Publishing) A fluorogenic method for the determination of cysteine concentration has been developed.

Jump to main content Jump to site searchCited by: Cystine, d4-cystine, and 44 related metabolites in WBCs. Compound Formula L-Cystine C6H12 N2O4S2 d4-Cystine C6H8D4N2O4S2 Cysteamine C2H7NS beta-Alanine C3H7NO 2 Serine C3H7NO 3 Hypotaurine C2H7NO 2S Cysteine C3H7NO 2S Taurine C2H7NO 3S 5-Oxoproline C5H7NO 3 Homocysteine C4H9NO 2S L-Lysine C6H14 N2O2 O-Acetylserine C5H9NO 4.

An assay was developed for determination of cysteine (Cys) at ultra-trace level because Cys inhibits the activity of the nanozyme via interaction with Hg(II). The Cys assay, best performed at a. A procedure based on those of Folin and Marenzi (J.

Biol. Chem.,83, ) and Lugg (Biochem. J.,26, ) is described. Extraneous reducing agents do not interfere. Cysteine, cystine and ascorbic acid may be determined in the presence of each other and, by means of a microprocedure, the cystine and cysteine contents of 10 to 20 mg.

of protein may be determined.-W. by: Almost all protease families have been associated with plant development, particularly senescence, which is the final developmental stage of every organ before cell death.

Proteolysis remobilizes and recycles nitrogen from senescent organs that is required, for example, seed development. Senescence-associated expression of proteases has recently been characterized using large-scale gene Cited by: 9.

The method is based on the condensation of the cysteine sulphydryl groups in the intact protein with formaldehyde, with which cystine does not react. The mixture is then hydrolysed with 6 N HCl and cystine is precipitated as cuprous mercaptide.

This is filtered off and converted in a Parr bomb to sulfate and weighed as such. Methionine, after demethylation, is removed by precipitation with Cited by: 4. American Journal of Analytical Chemistry Vol No(), Article ID,10 pages /ajac Simultaneous Determination of N-Acetyl Cysteine and Taurine by HPTLC Method in Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient and Pharmaceutical Dosage FormCited by: 1.

The resulting derivative can be separated from other amino acids and used for quantitation of cysteine plus half-cystine. A procedure is presented for accurate determination by ion exchange chromatography and postcolumn derivatization of all amino acids from acid hydrolysis of a Cited by: To determine the binding-site of a combinatorially-selected peptide possessing a fluoroprobe, a novel cysteine reactive small photo-crosslinker that can be excited by a conventional long-wavelength ultraviolet handlamp ( nm) was synthesized via Suzuki coupling with three steps.

The crosslinker is rationally designed, not only as a bioisostere of the fluoroprobe, but as a caged-fluorophore Author: Kazuki Yatabe, Masaru Hisada, Yudai Tabuchi, Masumi Taki. A method was developed by Creighton (1) to count integral numbers of amino acid residues, and it is particularly useful for the determination of cysteine residues.

Sulfhydryl and disulfide groups are of great structural, functional, and biological importance in protein by: 4.Romano, A.H.; Nickerson, W.J.: Cystine reductase in the dimorphic fungus Histoplasma capsulatum. J. Biol. Chem.,– () PubMed Google Scholar.The method was applied for the determination of cysteine in perchloric acid extracts of rat brain, liver and blood.

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