N2-Boc-D-glutamine is an N-Boc-protected form of D-Glutamine. D-Glutamine is an unnatural isomer of L-Glutamine that is present in human plasma an is a source of liberated ammonia. D-Glutamine can be synthesized by enzymatic means or can be found in cheeses, wine and vinegars as well.
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