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- v. To introduce one or more amino groups into a compound, in the process of amination
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Outside the village of Bugolubovo, invisible on maps though containing more occupants than the village, was the Vladimir Isolator, a prison for political convicts whose ideas were too infectious even for work camps, and sodium aminate was an Isolator narcotic used to calm these dangerous souls.
The rest of Arkady's vision was tinged gray by the sodium aminate.
Levin also found flecks of rubber and red paint on the dead men's teeth, and sodium aminate in their blood, at which point Arkady understood the delicate illness which prostrated local investigators.
Sodium aminate, Arkady guessed; that was what they used.
NAD (P) H + H+ + O2 = CMP-N-glycoloylneur - aminate + NAD (P) + + H2 O 463
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