deamination

NOUN
  1. removal of the amino radical from an amino acid or other amino compound
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How To Use deamination In A Sentence

  • This enzyme system catalyses the oxidative deamination of primary aromatic amines, long-chain diamines and tertiary cyclic amines.
  • The deamination product of adenine is hypoxanthine, and hypoxanthine base pairs with cytosine rather than thymine.
  • Cytosine deamination, controlled variation and the immunological functions are nicely linked and analogous systems in unicellular organisms can be found. Controlled Pathways
  • ADA which has important relationships with the immune system of the body, is a kind of catabolic enzymes of nucleic acid. ADA can specifically catalyze adenosine to generate irreversible deamination.
  • ADA which has important relationships with the immune system of the body, is a kind of catabolic enzymes of nucleic acid. ADA can specifically catalyze adenosine to generate irreversible deamination.
  • Adenine is converted to hypoxanthine at 2-3% of the rate of cytosine deamination.
  • Thus a deaminase is an enzyme which contains deaminations and oxidase is one which contains oxidizing. Enzymes and Their Role In Health and Nutrition
  • Similar to nitrous acid, nitric oxide gives rise to reactive nitrous anhydride that can induce nitrosative deamination of DNA bases.
  • The earliest enzymatic functions are mostly linked to amino acid catabolism: deamination, transamination, and decarboxylation.
  • Listed are several of these oxidizing reactions. alcohol dehydrogenation aldehyde dehydrogenation alkyl/acyclic hydroxylation aromatic hydroxylation deamination desulfuration Biotransformation
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