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N&vepsilon-trimethyllysine

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N&vepsilon;-trimethyllysine

An amino acid residue found in a number of proteins by the action of s-adenosyl-l-methionine on l-lysyl residues; upon release by proteolysis, [[n&vepsilon;-trimethyllysine]] becomes the precursor of carnitine.