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Asparagine levels are reduced in patients with diabetes and alcoholism. A plausible mechanism is that aldehydes elevated in these diseases react with the N-terminal cysteine of asparagine synthetase B, so inhibiting asparagine production.

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Chemical Science


Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)

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