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ɛ‐N‐biotinyl‐L‐lysine; a naturally occurring derivative of biotin, found especially in autolysates of rapidly growing yeast. It is liberated from biotin holoenzymes by proteolysis, and is cleaved to biotin and lysine by biotinidase.


Subjects: Chemistry — Medicine and Health.

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