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- n. The amino acid N-methyl-glycine; it is present in most tissue, and has a number of industrial applications
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Mothylaminoacetic acid, a sweetish crystalline substance, NH(CH3).CH2COOH, made by boiling caffein or creatine with barium hydroxid; also by the action of monochloracetic acid on methylamine. It melts at 210–215° C. Also called methylglycine.
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- n. a sweetish crystalline amino acid
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Researchers at the University of Michigan have identified a molecular waste product of tumors, called sarcosine, that is elevated in the urine of men with advanced prostate cancers.
Elevated urine concentrations of a compound called sarcosine in men with prostate cancer may signal an aggressive malignancy. (p. 10)
One promising - if preliminary - finding is that men whose urine contains a high concentration of a molecule called sarcosine appear to be more likely to have advanced prostate cancer, according to a recent study from University of Michigan researchers.
These products are carbon dioxide, formic acid, ammonia, methyl-amine, and sarcosine, the last three being of course in combination with the excess of hydrochloric acid.
Expression of sarcosine (A) and ensa (B) in brain of adult male zebrafish following exposure of 4-NP.
To test these two orthologues in our zebrafish system, we designed primers specific to the zebrafish sarcosine and ensa genes, and used these primers on cDNA derived from brain of male zebrafish exposed to 4-NP.
Tests that measure levels of sarcosine in tissue, blood, or urine may eventually provide information about the presence and aggressiveness of prostate cancer.
Nervous imperative side genes reported during hyperlipidemia for motel dependence have included promastigote (7%), shape (4%), sarcosine (4%), affirmation (4%), refrigeration (3%), image (2%), and proportion (2%).
; and the molecules betaine, sarcosine, and ethanolamine.
Primers specific for esr1 (NM_152959), esr2b (AAH86848), ensa (NM_001045184), sarcosine (NM_198979), fig alpha (AY302567) and zpc (NM_131696) and β-actin (NM_131031) were designed using Primer Express software and the primer sequence for