Previous study has shown that N-isopropyl oxamate was an effective and selective inhibitor due to the close chemical structure existing between N-isopropyl oxamic
acid and the best substrate for HADH-isozyme II, the a-keto isocaproate (Elizondo et al.
Pyruvic acid sodium salt, 3-fluoropyruvic acid sodium salt, arsenic acid potassium salt, oxamic
acid sodium salt, D,L-carnitine, CoA lithium salt, [NAD+.
Additional metabolites identified in human blood and/or urine include chloramphenicol glycol alcohol, chloramphenicol aldehyde, chloramphenicol oxamic
acid, chloramphenicol amine, and chloramphenicol base (97,115-118).