- ArginineArginine: According to secondary sources, arginine and lysine share a common cellular transport pathway. Therefore, excess arginine may compete for transport and lower lysine levels, potentially resulting in deficiency.
- CalciumCalcium: Lysine may increase calcium absorption and decrease renal loss (14; 15).
- SoySoy: In one full-term infant, ingestion of a soy-collagen hydrolysate formula led to a decrease in plasma lysine (82).
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