This is a follow up to this previous question: In biosynthesis of cysteine and methionine, where does the sulfur come from? Can animals use gaesous H2S in the atmosphere, say for instance from a ...
Elevated homocysteine levels are listed among risk factors for angina. How is homocysteine related to the heart? Or the coronary arteries? How do these relationships make it a risk factor for angina?
It has been stated that elevated homocysteine level accelerates thrombin formation. By what mechanism does this happen?