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*  Organoselenium chemistry
Selenomethionine is a selenide-containing amino acid that also occurs naturally, but is generated by post-transcriptional ...
*  Selenium in biology
Selenium is a component of the amino acids selenocysteine and selenomethionine. In humans, selenium is a trace element nutrient ... Selenium also occurs in organic compounds, such as dimethyl selenide, selenomethionine, selenocysteine and methylselenocysteine ...
*  Selenomethionine
... is a naturally occurring amino acid. The L-selenomethionine enantiomer is the main form of selenium found in ... Selenomethionine is readily oxidized. Selenomethionine's antioxidant activity arises from its ability to deplete reactive ... which contains selenomethionine). A recent clinical trial found that selenomethionine had 19% better absorption than selenite; ... Incorporation of selenomethionine into proteins in place of methionine aids the structure elucidation of proteins by X-ray ...
*  Selenium yeast
Dietary selenomethionine-containing plant or yeast protein can be also stored nonspecifically in animal protein, which can ... Owing to its similarity to S-containing methionine, selenomethionine is taken up nonspecifically and becomes part of yeast ... Determination of the selenium species selenomethionine can be achieved via proteolytic digestion of selenium yeast followed by ... Commission regulation (EC) No 1750/2006 of 27 November 2006 concerning the authorisation of selenomethionine as a feed additive ...
*  Vitamin B6
Selenomethionine is the primary dietary form of selenium. PLP is needed as a cofactor for the enzymes that allow selenium to be ...
*  Methylselenocysteine
... subsequent anti-cancer studies using selenomethionine did not show any benefit against cancer; but, selenized yeast contains ... both selenomethionine and methylselenocysteine. Methylselenocysteine is found in selenized yeast, and many vegetables: "As much ...
*  Non-proteinogenic amino acids
The selenol equivalents are selenocysteine, selenohomocysteine, selenomethionine and selenoethionine. Amino acids with the next ...
*  Carbon disulfide hydrolase
This form is also sometimes termed the selenomethionine form. The enzyme is similar to that of carbonic anhydrases. The enzyme ... This form is also sometimes termed the selenomethionine form. Smeulders MJ, Barends TR, Pol A, Scherer A, Zandvoort MH, ...
*  Iodine in biology
The L-enantiomer of selenomethionine, known as L-selenomethionine, is a common natural food source of selenium and is the ... In vivo, selenomethionine is randomly incorporated instead of methionine. Some people develop a sensitivity to compounds of ... Selenomethionine is a naturally occurring amino acid containing selenium. ...
*  Selenium
In living systems, selenium is found in the amino acids selenomethionine, selenocysteine, and methylselenocysteine. In these ... Selenium also occurs in organic compounds, such as dimethyl selenide, selenomethionine, selenocysteine and methylselenocysteine ... Selenium is a component of the unusual amino acids selenocysteine and selenomethionine. In humans, selenium is a trace element ... and selenols include respectively selenomethionine, diphenyldiselenide, and benzeneselenol. The sulfoxide in sulfur chemistry ...
*  Selenoprotein
However, replacement of all methionines by selenomethionines is a widely used, recent technique in solving the phase problem ... Proteins containing such unspecifically incorporated selenomethionine residues are not regarded as selenoproteins. ... While the exchange of methionines by selenomethionines appears to be tolerated (at least in bacterial cells), unspecific ... selenium occurs in proteins as unspecifically incorporated selenomethionine, which replaces methionine residues. ...
*  Selenocysteine
Selenomethionine, another selenium-containing amino acid, which is randomly substituted for methionine. Merck Index, 12th ... or Sec together with selenomethionine (SeMet), and incorporation of the stable 77Se isotope, which has a nuclear spin of 1/2 ...
*  Selenium deficiency
Dietary supplements may utilize sodium selenite, L-selenomethionine or selenium-enriched yeast. In some regions (e.g. much of ...
*  NS2-3 protease
The team of researchers used native selenomethionine-containing protein that yielded crucial crystal forms. NS2 Pro (non- ...
*  Methaneseleninic acid
... shows superior in vivo inhibitory efficacy toward human prostate cancer compared to selenomethionine or ... Yan, L.; DeMars, L.C. (2012). "Dietary supplementation with methylseleninic acid, but not selenomethionine, reduces spontaneous ... "Superior in vivo inhibitory efficacy of methylseleninic acid against human prostate cancer over selenomethionine or selenite". ... Implications for the anticarcinogenic activity of L-selenomethionine and L-Se-methylselenocysteine". Nutrition Cancer. 40: 34- ...
*  Chalcogen
Selenium in foods is most commonly found in the form of amino acids such as selenocysteine and selenomethionine. Selenium can ...
*  Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (coenzyme-F420)
... purification and crystallization of native and selenomethionine labeled Mycobacterium tuberculosis FGD1 (Rv0407) using a ...
*  Keshan disease
Supplements-an individual will most likely be prescribed selenium supplements (in the form of selenomethionine) or have ...
*  Nediljko Budisa
... selenomethionine, telluromethionine and ethionine in Escherichia coli". Eur. J. Biochem. 230: 788-796. doi:10.1111/j.1432- ...
*  Fluorinase
Replacing L-methionine with L-selenomethionine results in a 6-fold rate enhancement of the reverse reaction, due to the ... Incubation of 5'-chloro nucleosides with the enzyme, along with catalytic L-selenomethionine or L-methionine results in the ...
*  Intelectin
The first structural details of an intelectin comes from the crystal structure of selenomethionine-labeled XEEL carbohydrate- ...
*  Amino acid
... hydroxyproline and selenomethionine). Non-proteinogenic amino acids that are found in proteins are formed by post-translational ...
*  Expanded genetic code
In protein crystallography, for example, the addition of selenomethionine to the media of a culture of a methionine-auxotrophic ... strain results in proteins containing selenomethionine as opposed to methionine (viz. Multi-wavelength anomalous dispersion for ...
*  Molybdopterin
... thus removing the possibility of selenium in selenocysteine or selenomethionine form), a tungsten-selenium molybdopterin ...
*  Canadian Reference Materials
... selenium-enriched yeast for methionine and selenomethionine In 1987 Canada witnessed a crisis in the seafood industry. ...