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A model of 3-methylhistidine, creatine and creatinine metabolism in man



A model of 3-methylhistidine, creatine and creatinine metabolism in man



Journal of Physiology 339: 49P-50P



A computer model predicted accurately the normal excretion of 3-methylhistidine and creatinine by man, and also that the 3-methylhistidine:creatinine ratio in urine could change over a wide range without any actual change in breakdown rate simply as a consequence of change of skeletal muscle mass.

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