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In its properties it closely resembled Tiemann's phenylaminoacetic acid, and they regarded it therefore as a homologue of this acid, though it differed from the substance described by Posen as phenyla-aminopropionic acid. About the same time Schutzenberger obtained a substance, which he called tyroleucine, by the action of baryta on proteins when heated ; gave a sublimate of aminovalerianic acid and a base C 8 H n N, which probably had as mother-substance the same body which was isolated by Schulze and Barbieri.
COOH was not accurate, so 2 S(C 6 H 4 Br) CH 3 C . CH S(C H Br) 6 8 4 \COOH \COOH For bromophenylcystine For cystine acid, : For bromophenylmercapturic acid found that cystine, on reduction with zinc and was converted into a new base, which he called hydrochloric acid, cysteine; this gave the same products on decomposition as cystine, Baumann next into which it is He therefore recogeasily reconverted by oxidation. as a mercaptan each to related were other, compounds was nised that these to a disulphide ; consequently the formula /NH, CH, C .
Also converted . 2 . by the action of Benzoyl-a-amidocinnamic acid into a compound, which yields phenylalanine on hydrolysis. is ammonia THE CHEMICAL CONSTITUTION OF The mechanism Kunlin acid is converted by Just as benzoyl-a-amidocinnamic acid and benzamide, so also does this reaction phenylpyruvic acid then ammonia; the phenylpyruvic ammonia giving a body of the composition, take place with C6H 5 C6 H 5 CH, CH 2 /OHHCK I C/\ I reacts with | \ C ft X NH // | COOH COOH which 39 by Erlenmeyer and of this reaction was explained in 1899.
CHEMICAL CONSTITUTION OF THE PROTEINS Part 1 by Robert Henry Aders Plimmer