carbamoylation

car·ba·mo·yl·a·tion

(kar'bă-mō-il-ā'shŭn),
Transfer of the carbamoyl from a carbamoyl-containing molecule (for example, carbamoyl phosphate) to an acceptor moiety such as an amino group; the second step in the urea cycle is a carbamoylation.
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