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A type 1 glycine transporter inhibitorSarcosine is used in the production of biodegradable surfactants and toothpastes. It is used as an intermediate in the synthesis of antienzyme agents. It is found to be a marker for prostate cancer bioagression. It acts as a biochemical reagent, dye stabilizer, daily chemical, amino acid surfactants, health drugs fatigue recovery agent and so on. It is involved in the preparation of N-methyl-glycine ethyl ester by reacting with ethanol.
Kapustin, E. A.; Minkov, V. S.; Boldyreva, E. V. Sarcosine and betaine crystals upon cooling: structural motifs unstable at high pressure become stable at low temperatures. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2015, 17 (5), 3534-3543.
Hashemi-Moghaddam, H.; Hagigatgoo, M. Nonderivatized Sarcosine Analysis by Gas Chromatography after Solid-Phase Microextraction by Newly Synthesized Monolithic Molecularly Imprinted Polymer. Chromatographia 2015, 78 (19-20), 1263-1270.