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By Yuzaburo Ishida (auth.), Ronald P. Kiene, Pieter T. Visscher, Maureen D. Keller, Gunter O. Kirst (eds.)

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5-fold by addition of pyruvate and a-ketoglutarate, respectively. Therefore, it seems almost certain that the dimethyl sulfide arose in large part, if not totally, from transamination followed by non-enzymatic ~,y-elimination (see below). ] Evidently, more work needs to be carried out on the mechanism of dimethyl sulfide formation from SMM in plants and animals. Several amino acids with good leaving groups in the y position undergo Il,y-elimination when oxidized at the a-carbon. The C-H bond adjacent to the resulting a-imino (or a-keto acid) is activated, facilitating a Il,y-elimination reaction (43).

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