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Studies on the enzymic decomposition of urocanic acid. V. The formation of 4-oxoglutaramic acid, a nonenzymic oxidation product of 4(5)-imidazolone-5(4)-propionic acid



Studies on the enzymic decomposition of urocanic acid. V. The formation of 4-oxoglutaramic acid, a nonenzymic oxidation product of 4(5)-imidazolone-5(4)-propionic acid



Journal of Biological Chemistry 238: 1423-1431




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