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isomerase

 [i-som´er-ās]
a major class of enzymes comprising those that catalyze the process of isomerization, such as the interconversion of aldoses and ketoses.

i·som·er·ase

(ī-som'ĕr-ās),
A class of enzymes catalyzing the conversion of a substance to an isomeric form, for example, glucosephosphate isomerase.

isomerase

/isom·er·ase/ (i-som´er-ās) a major class of enzymes comprising those that catalyze the process of isomerization.

isomerase

(ī-sŏm′ə-rās′)
n.
Any of a group of enzymes that catalyze the conversion of one isomer into another.

i·som·er·ase

(ī-som'ĕr-ās)
A class of enzymes (EC class 5) catalyzing the conversion of a substance to an isomeric form.

isomerase

a group of enzymes that converts organic compounds from D- to L-, or L- to D-forms.

isomerase

a major class of enzymes comprising those that catalyze the process of isomerization, such as the interconversion of aldoses and ketoses.

1,5 disulfide isomerase
an enzyme that catalyzes disulfide bond formation by cross-linking certain cystine residues of polypeptides; occurs as a post-translational modification.