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citrulline

citrulline (sit-rŭ-leen) n. an amino acid produced by the liver as a by-product during the conversion of ammonia to urea.

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citrulline

citrulline An amino acid formed as a metabolic intermediate, but not involved in proteins, and of no nutritional importance.

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