α-Aminomethylmuconic Acid as a Possible Precursor of Niacin

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THE exact route for the biological transformation of 3-hydroxyanthranilic acid to nicotinic acid has not been established with certainty.

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HARRIS, J., BINNS, F. α-Aminomethylmuconic Acid as a Possible Precursor of Niacin. Nature 179, 475–476 (1957) doi:10.1038/179475a0

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