Category:Homocysteine

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Homocisteína (es); гомоцистеин (ru); Homocystein (de-ch); DL-Homocystein (de); Homocysteine (en-gb); Хомоцистеин (sr-ec); 高半胱氨酸 (zh); Homocisteină (ro); 高半胱胺酸 (zh-hk); Homocystein (sv); הומוציסטאין (he); 高半胱氨酸 (zh-hant); 高半胱氨酸 (zh-cn); Homokysteiini (fi); Homocysteine (en-ca); Homocystein (cs); ஹோமோசிஸ்டீன் (ta); Omocisteina (it); DL-homocystéine (fr); ホモシステイン (ja); 高半胱氨酸 (zh-hans); 호모시스테인 (ko); DL-homocysteine (en); Homocisteína (pt); homocisteïna (ca); Homocysteïne (nl); هوموسیستئین (fa); Homocisteinas (lt); Homocistein (sr-el); 高半胱胺酸 (zh-tw); Homocisteína (pt-br); 高半胱氨酸 (zh-sg); хомоцистеин (sr); homocystein (nn); DL-homocysteina (pl); Homocistein (sh); Гомоцистеїн (uk); होमोसिस्टिन (hi); هوموسیستئین (azb); Հոմոցիստեին (hy); Homocisteína (gl); الهوموسيستيين (ar); ομοκυστεΐνη (el); Хомоцистеин (mk) group of stereoisomers (en); grupa stereoizomerów (pl); kemiallinen yhdiste ja ihmisen aineenvaiduntatuote (fi) Homocisteina (es); Hyperhomocystéinémie, C4H9NO2S, 6027-13-0, 454-29-5, Homocysteinemie, Homocysteine, 6027-14-1, Homocystéinémie (fr); 2-amino-4-merkaptobutansyre, DL-homocystein, D,L-homocystein (nn); Homocysteine (nl); Homozystein, Homocystin (de); 2-Amino-4-sulfanilbutanska kiselina, C4H9NO2S (sr); Hcy, 2-amino-4-sulfanyl-butanoic acid, 2-amino-4-mercapto-butyric acid, 2-amino-4-mercaptobutanoic acid, 2-amino-4-sulfanylbutanoic acid, 2-Amino-4-mercapto-Butanoate, 2-Amino-4-sulfanylbutanoate, DL-homocysteine (free base), Homo-CYS, 2-Amino-4-mercapto-Butanoic acid, Usaf B-12, DL-2-Amino-4-mercaptobutyric acid, (+-)-homocysteine, DL-2-amino-4-mercapto-Butyric acid, 2-Amino-4-mercapto-DL-Butyric acid, D,L-Homocysteine, DL-Homocysteine, 2-Amino-4-mercapto-DL-Butyrate, homocysteine (en); C4H9NO2S (it); 同型半胱氨酸, 高半胱胺酸, 同半胱氨酸 (zh); Homocisteino (lt)
DL-homocysteine 
group of stereoisomers
Homocysteine racemic.png
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Instance offamily of isomeric compounds (D-homocysteine, L-homocysteine)
Subclass ofchemical compound
Part ofhomocysteine catabolic process (reactant),
transsulfuration (reactant),
homocysteine metabolic process (participant),
homocysteine biosynthetic process (product),
response to homocysteine (reactant),
cellular response to homocysteine (reactant)
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