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L-pipecolic acid is formed by the catabolism of lysine in humans, and its accumulation is one of the first biochemical abnormalities detected in the Zellweger syndrome
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L-pipecolic acid is formed by the catabolism of lysine in humans, and its accumulation is one of the first biochemical abnormalities detected in the Zellweger syndrome; the L-pipecolate pathway for degradation of lysine is the principal one in the brain
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L-pipecolic oxidase activity is deficient in patients with peroxisome biogenesis disorders
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