By Moto-o Nakajima, Kazuo Nakamura, Yoshio Shirokane, Yoshihei Hirasawa (auth.), Akitane Mori, Burton D. Cohen, Hikaru Koide (eds.)
Guanidine is called for its similarity to the purine guanine which, in flip, is termed for its primary resource guano, which comes from the Inca be aware, huano, for dung. Guanidine, as a result, interprets into dung-like, that is infrequently a genteel strategy to introduce a subject matter. nonetheless, texts are seldom inspirational, "frequently crude and infrequently literary and will be judged on how effectively they gather, manage and current present info. i'm inspired that the cloth which fol]ows is going far towards effectively reaching these pursuits. Tue foreign Guanidine Society is a synthesis of 3 teams of investigators: biologists learning guanidines as phosphagens, neurologists attracted to guanidines as convulsants and nephrologists concerned with guanidines as pollutants. As a member of the latter workforce. i'm gratified by means of the significant development this e-book represents. firstly. there now seems to be a standard subject which unifies present hypothesis in regards to the metabolic beginning of the guanidines in uremia. on the First overseas Congress in 1983, proof was once provided which supported the speculation that convinced guanidines have been items of the combined functionality oxidation of urea. This year's assembly brings jointly overwhelming information exhibiting that methyl guanidine is an influence of lively oxygen reacting with creatinine. An idolatry, worshipped all through biochemistry, that urea and creatinine are inert byproducts of protein metabolism, is proven to have ft of clay.
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The intriguing point with GPHHA and GIBMHA was therefore their accumulation in PHASCOLINE AND PHASCOLOSOMINE 29 the viscera of a number of sipunculid worms and their rapid disappearance upon fasting 3 ,7. which suggested that they could be storage products. An approach to a better understanding of this problem was to obtain informations on the biogenetic origin of GPHHA and GIBMHA. The results obtained in the present study (Tables 1 and 2) give evidence that. in the biosynthesis of the guanidine moiety of each compound.
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Ylagmatine was found in seedlings of soybean Glycine max, pea Pisum sativum. ocarpus tetragonolobus and others. :!. floribunda. These findings suggest that certain guanidino amino acids are metabolized by decarboxylases par"ticularly in germinating seeds of leguminous plants. REFERENCES 1. Robin, Y. , in: 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. "Guanidines," A. D. Cohen and A. Lowenthal Eds. , New York and London (1985) pp 383-438. Ramakrishna, S. and Adiga. R•• Homoagmatine from Lathyrus sativus seedlings.
Guanidines 2: Further Explorations of the Biological and Clinical Significance of Guanidino Compounds by Moto-o Nakajima, Kazuo Nakamura, Yoshio Shirokane, Yoshihei Hirasawa (auth.), Akitane Mori, Burton D. Cohen, Hikaru Koide (eds.)