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Published March 1941 | Published
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The formation of glycocyamine in man and its urinary excretion


Glycocyamine was first isolated from human and dog urine and identified by Weber (1-3). He supported the view that glycocyamine is a normal precursor of creatine and that its appearance in urine (2) is "an overflow phenomenon of an intermediate metabolic product ..." He expressed no views on the mechanism of its formation.

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© 1941 American Society of Biological Chemists. Received for publication, September 18, 1940.

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