Glycine recycling: Introduction

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The glycine cleavage system (a.k.a. the glycine decarboxylase complex) is composed of four mitochodrially located proteins that act in concert to regulate glycine levels. The four components are the P-protein (GLDC), the T-protein (GCST; AMT), the L-protein (GCSL; DLD) and the H-protein (GCSH).

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Glycine recycling, introduction. Last modified on 24/09/2019. Accessed on 21/02/2020. IUPHAR/BPS Guide to PHARMACOLOGY,