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Prior-Knowledge Description Expectation Prediction Conclusion Leaf Statistics
UCR00566 L-arginine = CO(2) + agmatine True - {{∅},{t}} True - {{t}} Confirmed presence
UER00284 agmatine from L-arginine: step 1/1~1 L-arginine => 1 CO(2) + 1 agmatine. True - {{∅},{t}} True - {{t}} Confirmed presence
UPA00186 agmatine biosynthesis~The decarboxylation of L-arginine by arginine decarboxylase produces agmatine. Agmatine is a metabolic intermediate in the biosynthesis of putrescine and higher polyamines (spermidine and spermine). Recent studies indicate that agmatine can have several important biochemical effects in humans, ranging from effects on the central nervous system to cell proliferation in cancer and viral replication. True - {{∅},{t}} True - {{t}} Confirmed presence
ULS00110 agmatine from L-arginine True - {{∅},{t}} True - {{t}} Confirmed presence