OKG

Ornithine is an amino acid produced in the urea cycle by the splitting off of urea from arginine. It is a central part of the urea cycle, which allows for the disposal of excess nitrogen. OKG is a precursor of citrulline and arginine.

OKG - Pharmacology:

OKG is metabolised to L-arginine. L-arginine stimulates the pituitary release of growth hormone. Burns or other injuries affect the state of L-arginine in tissues throughout the body. As De novo synthesis of L-arginine during these conditions is usually not sufficient for normal immune function, nor for normal protein synthesis, L-ornithine may have immunomodulatory and wound-healing activities under these conditions (by virtue of its metabolism to L-arginine).

OKG for patients

Dose should be taken before bedtime and on an empty stomach.

OKG Interactions

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OKG Contraindications

OKG is contraindicated in those with a deficiency of ornithine-delta-aminotransferase.

OKG is contraindicated in those hypersensitive to any component of an ornithine-containing supplement.

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Chemical structure:
O O N N H H H H H H H H H H H H C5H12N2O2 2D chemical structure C5H12N2O2 SVG | 2D structure L-Ornithine | Hydroxyaminovaline | chemical names, chemical properties, classification C5H12N2O2