Aminonitriles are the basic raw material for the production of the corresponding amino acids. In particular, N-substituted glycines (-aminoacetic acids) are used in the pharmaceutical, food and feed industries.
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N,N-dimethylglycine is used as a dietary supplement and is also being investigated by a number of pharmaceutical companies as an intermediate for the synthesis of new potential active ingredients.
Sodium N,N-dimethylglycinate is used as a feed additive for livestock.
N-phenylglycine is an intermediate in the production of synthetic indigo, for dyeing textiles.
Amino-cyclo-alkan carboxylic acids are used in pharmacology as antagonists at NMDA receptors (glutaman receptors), further 1-amino-1-pentacarboxyl acid is an active inhibitor of Lysine-methyl-transferase enzyme.
PGN is raw material for production of an indigo colouring agent
DMAAN is usually used for synthesis of α-dimethylamino-β-oxo nitrils, e.g. by means of reaction with acetofenon
2,2´,2´´ - nitrilotriacetonitrile is used mainly in chemical industry to produce ion-exchange resins and at various polymerizing procedures and furthermore for preparation of chelating agents in organic synthesis .
2,2´-iminodiacetonitrile is widely used as an active intermediate for preparation of free carboxylic acid as well as within biotechnological processes.
2-(N-methyl)aminoacetonitrile is frequently used in modern peptid synthesis which carry out sufficiently fast even in solid phase at room temperature.
Sodium 2-(N,N-dimethyl)aminoacetate as a nonessential aminoacid is mainly used in food supplements for athletes to increase their muscle performance. Further on, it is an imunostimulant (as a free acid) in treatment of autism, epilepsy or mitochondric diseases.
The compound is natural glycine methylated on nitrogen atom. It is used in comparative analysis of other glycine derivatives and also in development of ion fluids and emulsifiers which are derived from glycine . N, N - Dimethylglycine is potentially useful as a biomarker of protein decomposition for patients suffering from CHOPN. DMG is used as a standard in order to identify, separate and characterize aminoacids of methyltransferases.
Commonly referred to IDA in short, Iminodiacetate anion may act as a ligand and creates stable complexes when combined with metals. Proton bound to nitrogen atom can be replaced with a carbon of polymer creating an ionexchange resin, for example chelex 100.