ornithine

ornithine
ornithine [ôr′nə thēn΄, ôr′nəthin]
n.
[< Gr ornis, bird (see ORNITHO-) + -INE3]
a nonessential amino acid, NH2 (CH2) 3CH(NH2)COOH, found in animals as a product of urea formation from proteins and in the excrement of birds

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