carbamoyl phosphate

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car·ba·mo·yl phos·phate

(kar'bă-mō-il fos'fāt),
A reactive intermediate capable of transferring its carbamoyl group to an acceptor molecule, forming citrulline from ornithine in the urea cycle and ureidosuccinate from aspartate in pyrimidine ring formation.
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Rayment, "Structure of carbamoyl phosphate synthetase: a journey of 96 a from substrate to product," Biochemistry, vol.
The antigen for Hep Par 1 antibody is the urea cycle enzyme carbamoyl phosphate synthetase 1.
Intestinal carbamoyl phosphate synthase I in human and rat: expression during development shows species differences and mosaic expression in duodenum of both species.
All the natural phospho-donors (acetyl phosphate, carbamoyl phosphate, phosphoramidate, and monophosphoimidazole) bind to active site with binding energy ranging from -3.32 to -3.93 kcal/mol and inhibition constant from 1.31 mM to 3.67 mM (Table 1).
OA detection in urine forms a useful surrogate marker of increased carbamoyl phosphate, a substrate of OTC (Fig.
OTCD patients have low blood citrulline because of reduced conversion from carbamoyl phosphate. Citrulline is one of the amino acids routinely measured in MS/MS newborn-screening programs.