Ornithine

What is Ornithine?

The l-isomer is the amino acid formed when l-arginine is hydrolyzed by arginase; not a constituent of proteins, but an important intermediate in the urea cycle; elevated levels seen in certain defects of the urea cycle.

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Hello. Abnormal results on organic acids screening test. Mitochondria - Krebs cycle, Oxalate Metabolites, Fatty Acid Oxidation are abnormal and...

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I would not recommend any further tests

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i have sgpt 57. is it harmful, what other tests need to be done if it is harmful and what are the alternate/medicines to control it.

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Nothing to worry

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SGOT and SGPT are liver enzymes. Mild alteration in liver function can...

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I have fatty liver for the last 8-10 years,am 10-12 Kgs above ideal weight now. Having LIV 52 DS 2 tablets daily for last 7-8 years,with normal...

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Multidisciplinary protocol required

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The treatment for your altered enzymes accompanied by...

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