An extensive amount of literature has been written on homocysteine (Hcy), a sulfur-containing amino acid, related to methionine metabolism, either degraded via the remethylation pathway or converted, via the transsulfuration pathway, into cysteine. Nevertheless, once more, this biochemical compound is very well represented in a laboratory, and preclinically and pathologically, but the results deriving from its correction in clinical experience are poor .

Homocysteine: New Aspects of an Ancient Enigma

rita moretti
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
2019-01-01

Abstract

An extensive amount of literature has been written on homocysteine (Hcy), a sulfur-containing amino acid, related to methionine metabolism, either degraded via the remethylation pathway or converted, via the transsulfuration pathway, into cysteine. Nevertheless, once more, this biochemical compound is very well represented in a laboratory, and preclinically and pathologically, but the results deriving from its correction in clinical experience are poor .
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