FDB030677 (AMP) FDB003908 (Ammonia) FDB000484 (Glycine) FDB012535 (L-Glutamic acid) FDB000787 (L-Asparagine) FDB012567 (L-Aspartic acid) FDB003361 (2-Oxopentanedioic acid) FDB031141 (pyruvate) FDB007506 (Imidazoleacrylic acid) FDB030683 (ATP)
- FDB013380 (Phosphoric acid)
- Ammonia Recycling
- seven amino acids play a key role in this process: glutamate, glutamine, glycine, serine, histidine, aspartate and asparagines. glutamate and glutamine are the two important amino acids in recycling ammonia in our body instead of excreting it as waste in form of urea.
- Parent Term
- Biochemical pathway
- Parent Definition
- A linked series of chemical reactions that occur in a defined order within or between organism cells, and lead to a known function or end product.
- Other Compounds Mapped to 'Ammonia Recycling'