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Chem. , 1980, 102, 7136. W. Steglich and H. Wegmann, Synthesis, 1980,481. P. and J. P. Vevert, J. Org. , 1980, 45, 3249. -Further examples of the use of aziridinecarboxylates for the preparation of B-fluoro-aamino-acids, by treatment with HF-pyridine, have been reported (see Vol. 12, p. "" The relative stereochemistryof the products has been defined99bby chemical correlations and X-ray analysis. -Free-radical chlorination of L-valine, and hydrolysis, gives a mixture of stereoisomers from which (2S,3S)- and (2S,3R)-4-hydroxyvaline have been isolated by crystallization A~ 34: 66 erythro: threo-mixture of y-hydroxy-DL-ornithine and h y d r o l y s i ~ .
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S. Roman and E. Clementi, Int. J. , 1980, 17, 1007. J. L. Derissen and J. Voogd, J. Phys. , 1980, 84, 2035. protein-bound amino-acids, which diminish the reliability of the age determinations. D :L-Ratios for amino-acids, particularly aspartic acid, from human and animal protein sources, taken with racemization rate constants, could be most reliable for samples which are very young (on the fossil time scale), since for dental tissues 224 and other proteins with low turnover rates '"from living sources, at least the racemization has taken place in constant temperatures.
Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins (SPR Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins (RSC)) (Vol 13) by R. C. Sheppard