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me·thi·o·nine

 (mə-thī′ə-nēn′)
n.
A sulfur-containing essential amino acid, C5H11NO2S, obtained from various proteins or prepared synthetically and used as a dietary supplement and in pharmaceuticals.

methionine

(mɛˈθaɪəˌniːn; -ˌnaɪn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) an essential amino acid containing sulphur, which occurs in many proteins: important in methylating reactions
[C20: meth- + thionine]

me•thi•o•nine

(mɛˈθaɪ əˌnin, -nɪn)

n.
an essential amino acid, C5H11NO2S, occurring in casein, yeast, and other proteins. Abbr.: Met; Symbol: M
[1928; methion- (b. methyl and Greek theîon sulfur) + -ine2]

me·thi·o·nine

(mə-thī′ə-nēn′)
An essential amino acid. See more at amino acid.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.methionine - a crystalline amino acid containing sulfur; found in most proteins and essential for nutrition
essential amino acid - an amino acid that is required by animals but that they cannot synthesize; must be supplied in the diet
Translations
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The trend of growing poultry demand, centered on China and other Asian countries with expanding populations, is squeezing supplies of methionine for chicken feed.
Acquiring the MMP unit, which is based on Novus proprietary technology, supports our long term strategy in the methionine market," stated Jeff Klopfenstein, Methionine Business Unit President.
Plants were major source of manufacturing methionine and accounted for over 85% of total market volume in 2014.
This material causes defection of methionine synthase that converts homocysteine to methionine and there for decreases concentration of homocysteine [2].
6] insufficiency result in increased homocysteine concentrations because they are cofactors for methionine synthase and cystathionine synthase, respectively.
Kass EH: Bacteriuria and the diagnosis of infections of the urinary tract; with observations on the use of methionine as a urinary antiseptic.
The metabolic pathway map of the methionine cycle is shown in Fig.
Fatrix[R] Methionine achieves a rumen-stability of 75.
Additionally, researchers also found that higher intakes of betaine and methionine were linked to a slower progression of the disease.
As a part of our studies on essential amino acid requirements of rainbow trout, the purpose of the present study was to estimate the dietary methionine requirement based on the plasma free methionine and ammonia concentrations in dorsal aorta cannulated rainbow trout.
The transition from fatty liver to NASH associates with SAMe depletion in db/db mice fed a methionine choline-deficient diet.
24 June 2010 - With a view to respond to continuing growth in the global demand for Methionine, leading animal feed additive producer Adisseo recently announced plans to invest more than 100 million euros in its plants in France (Roches-de-Condrieu, Roussillon and Commentry) and Spain (Burgos).