El GAA se sintetiza en el riñón a partir de los aminoácidos glicina y arginina. Este GAA es transferido al hígado para ser metilado gracias a la enzima S-Adenosil Metionina (SAM), formando así la creatina. La creatina es una molécula muy importante para la homeostasis energética del músculo (Brosnan et al. 2009).

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