n.1.(Chem.) A salt of a sulphinic acid.
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The authors suggested that for each mole of oxidized sulfur, there is the production of two equivalents of hydrogen ions, being the hydrogen source part of the methionine metabolism, generated by oxidation of cysteine into cysteine sulphinic acid and deamination or transamination of cysteine sulphinate into B-sulphinyl pyruvate.
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