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- n. Any reaction that introduces a carbonyl group into a compound, especially by reaction with carbon monoxide
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Several major forms of oxidative modifications can occur on amino acid residue side chains, including carbonylation, nitrosylation, and oxidation of methionine to methionine sulfoxide
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