FENATSETUROVY ACID (synonym:
N-fenilatsetilglikokoll, fenilatse-tilglitsin; C10H11O3N) — the substance consisting of the remains of phenylacetic acid and glycine connected by a peptide bond, the closest homolog of the benzoic acid.
T. to. it is found in urine of the majority of mammals (a horse, a sheep, a dog, a cat, a rabbit, etc.), in an organism to-rykh it plays a role of the agent neutralizing a toxic metabolite of aromatic amino acids (see) — alpha-toluic to - that. In urine of the person small amounts F are found. to., its value in a metabolism at the person is not revealed yet.