initial product of protein glycation to the advanced glycation end-product); potentially useful in preventing the adverse effects of poor glycaemic control in diabetes mellitus. pyridoxal, pyridoxamine, pyridoxine See vitamin B6. 4-pyridoxic acid The main urinary metabolite of vitamin b6. pyridoxyllysine A schiff base formed by condensation between pyridoxal and the e-amino group of lysine in proteins. Renders both the vitamin b6 and the lysine unavailable, and also has antivitamin b6 antimetabolic activity. pyrimidines Nitrogenous bases that occur in nucleic acids, cyto-sine, thymine and uracil.

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