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In the human body, deamination takes place primarily in the liver, however ... Deamination is the process by which amino acids are broken down when too much ...
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Aspects of the topic deamination are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References amino acid degradation ( in excretion (biology): Products of excretion ) ...deal is used as a source of energy to drive other vital processes. The first step in the mobilization of amino acids for energy production is deamination, the splitting off of...
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Hydrolytic deamination of cytosines in DNA creates uracil and, if unrepaired, ... It decreases the rate of cytosine deamination to uracil by 7-fold. ...
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Enzymes mediating tRNA adenosine deamination in bacteria and yeast contain ... Higher organisms use cytidine deamination as a mutagenic tool to catalyze or ...
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... is generated by reductive deamination from tryptophan via the intermediate ... Tryptophanase catalyzes the deamination reaction, during which the amine (-NH2) ...
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What is deamination? Meaning of deamination medical term. What does deamination mean? ... deamination /de·am·i·na·tion/ (de-am′′ĭ-na'shun) removal of the amino group, ...
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Examples of deamination which involves the removal of an amino group. ... As shown in the above figure, it may be mutated to uracil by deamination. ...
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... of our nitrogenous waste comes from the breakdown of amino acids. This occurs by deamination. Deamination of amino acids results in the production of ammonia (NH3) ...
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Information on EC 3.8.1.8 - atrazine chlorohydrolase ... deamination. 687391. 0.02. 2-(N-ethylamino)-4-hydroxy-6-(N-isopropylamino)-1,3,5-triazine ...
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A site-specific C-to-U deamination in the nuclear transcript encoding mammalian ... C-to-U deamination of nuclear mRNA is a highly restricted process in ...
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www.ihop-net. ... For deamination, data supported a role for CYP3A4 and CYP2C19. ... and B also catalyzed sertraline deamination with comparable K(m) values ...
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... of T/G mispairs that arise in non-replicating DNA via deamination ... Lindahl,T. and Nyberg,B. (1974) Heat-induced deamination of cytosine residues in DNA. ...
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The initial step is an oxidative deamination by D-amino acid oxidase to form ... How deamination of D-leucine, reamination of KIC, and decarboxylation of KIC are ...
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