Showing 1-6 of 6 results for "03417"
K Tanaka et al.
Clinical chemistry, 26(13), 1847-1853 (1980-12-01)
A gas-chromatographic method for urinary organic acid analysis is described, designed to be used routinely for the diagnosis of organic aciduria. It involves extraction of urine with ethyl acetate, dehydration of extract residues, and trimethylsilylation. Organic acids are identified by...
K Tanaka et al.
Journal of chromatography, 239, 301-322 (1982-04-30)
Gas chromatographic retention indices have been compiled for 163 metabolically important compounds (mostly organic acids) in the form of methylene units, as trimethylsilyl derivatives, on 10% OV-1 and 10% OV-17 columns. Comprehensive references on metabolic diseases that can be diagnosed...
H S Ramsdell et al.
Biomedical mass spectrometry, 4(4), 220-225 (1977-08-01)
The mass spectra of the methyl esters of twenty-one metabolically important N-acylglycines are reported. The spectra are discussed in terms of their fragmentations and their application to studies of metabolic diseases. In particular, the high relative abundance of the peak...
K Tanaka et al.
Clinical chemistry, 26(13), 1839-1846 (1980-12-01)
Gas-chromatographic retention indices are given, in terms of methylene units, for 155 metabolically important compounds (mostly organic acids) as trimethylsilyl derivatives on 10% OV-1 and 10% OV-17 columns. Comprehensive references on metabolic diseases that can be diagnosed by detection of...
NEW METABOLITES OF P-TYRAMINE FROM THE URINE OF RATS.
T NAKAJIMA et al.
Biochimica et biophysica acta, 90, 37-44 (1964-07-15)
B L Goodwin et al.
Xenobiotica; the fate of foreign compounds in biological systems, 8(10), 629-651 (1978-10-01)
The metabolism and interrelationships of orally and intraperitoneally administered L-dopa, related amino acids and their metabolites have been studied 2. Amino acids were decarboxylated. N-Methyldopa formed dopamine but not epinine. D-Dopa was absorbed from the intestine and metabolized by a...

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