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    • Some aspects of sulfur metabolism in the lugworm, Arenicola cristata Stimpson 

      Abbott, Walter (1960)
      Among the published reports on invertebrate biochemistry is a study by Robin (1954) using Arenicola marina L. Robin hypothesized that taurocyamine, a sulfur-containing guanidine derivative, was formed from taurine. Although the hypothesis has not been demonstrated experimentally, it constitutes a major part of the information presently available on ...