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Academic Article Dietary cysteine reduces the methionine requirement by an equal proportion in both parenterally and enterally fed piglets.
Academic Article N-acetylcysteine is a highly available precursor for cysteine in the neonatal piglet receiving parenteral nutrition.
Academic Article The in vivo sparing of methionine by cysteine in sulfur amino acid requirements in animal models and adult humans.
Academic Article Minimum methionine requirement and cysteine sparing of methionine in healthy school-age children.
Academic Article High-throughput and simultaneous measurement of homocysteine and cysteine in human plasma and urine by liquid chromatography-electrospray tandem mass spectrometry.
Academic Article Use of N-acetyl cysteine for the treatment of parenteral nutrition-induced liver disease in children receiving home parenteral nutrition.
Academic Article Total sulfur amino acid requirement and metabolism in parenterally fed postsurgical human neonates.
Academic Article Methionine-adequate cysteine-free diet does not limit erythrocyte glutathione synthesis in young healthy adult men.
Academic Article Glutathione and riboflavin status in supplemented patients undergoing home nocturnal hemodialysis versus standard hemodialysis.
Academic Article The addition of cysteine to the total sulphur amino acid requirement as methionine does not increase erythrocytes glutathione synthesis in the parenterally fed human neonate.
Academic Article Total Sulfur Amino Acid Requirements Are Not Altered in Children with Chronic Renal Insufficiency, but Minimum Methionine Needs Are Increased.
Academic Article Current total parenteral nutrition solutions for the neonate are inadequate.
Academic Article Total sulfur amino acid requirement in young men as determined by indicator amino acid oxidation with L-[1-13C]phenylalanine.
Academic Article Dietary cysteine reduces the methionine requirement in men.
Academic Article Regulation of sulfur amino acid metabolism in men in response to changes in sulfur amino acid intakes.

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