By C B Anfinsen
ADVANCES IN PROTEIN CHEMISTRY VOL 3.
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This might undergo Mlf-condenaetion to acetoecetsfe, known to accumulatein liver in the pnaenoe of NH, and PU (6,73), or serve to acetylate available amiuo group. In caw of unphyeiological q l - or arylthio-amino acids the resulting N-acetyl campounds are stabend products, liable to excretion. , mercapturio acid apthesee) thin meclmhm ~88rm)more probable than lrcetylating reductive &tion according to the theory of Knoop and du Vigneaud. In the latter theory, PU acts uimrrlbnsowly 88 hydrogen donator and acetylatiig q p t .
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