amidine

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amidine

(ˈæmɪdaɪn)
n
one of a class of organic compounds derived from oxoacids
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Mixed ligand Cobalt(III) complexes with 1 - Amidino -O-Methyl urea and Amino Acids.
It is well known that the transfer of the amidino group of arginine to glycine to yield L-ornithine and guanidinoacetate (GM), which is catalyzed by L-arginine:glycine amidinotransferase, represents the first of two steps in the biosynthesis of Cr.
In contrast, treatment with 5 mg/kg cisplatin decreased the expression of L-arginine-glycine amidino transferase expression at day 1, and downregulation of guanidinoacetate methyltransferase was most prominent after 6 days.