selenomethionine

Selenomethionine is an selenoamino acid (amino acid containing selenium). The L-isomer of selenomethionine, known as Se-met, is a common natural food source of selenium. It can not be synthisized by higher animals, but can be obtained from plant material.
 
Chemical formula: C5H11NO2Se
IUPAC name: 2-amino-4-methylselanyl-butanoic acid



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