adenosyl

a·den·o·syl

(a-den'ō-sil),
The radical of adenosine minus an H or OH from one of the ribosyl OH groups, usually the 5', for example, S-adenosyl-l-methionine.
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S-adenosylmethionine is synthesized from methionine, which is then catalyzed by adenosyl triphosphate cyclase, allowing methyl group donation to various substrates, including nucleic acids, proteins, phospholipids, and biogenic amines.
Yasko provides detailed charts helping consumers and their doctors navigate the decision tree of whether to use adenosyl B12, hydroxy B12 or methyl B12, as well as combinations of these different forms.
Ethanol inhibits methionine adenosyl transferase, which converts methionine into SAMe, as well as enzymes that help regenerate methionine (i.
Met is converted into AdoMet by catalytic actions of two isoenzymes, MATI and MATIII, of methionine adenosyl transferase [2, 3].
1--Lane containing Methionine Adenosyl Transferase gene product with DMSO
Finally, adenosyl cobalamin is essential for the conversion of L-methylmalonyl CoA to succinyl CoA.
Hepatocytes were isolated and cultured, and carbon monoxide (CO) and nitric oxide (NO) release, as well as adenosyl triphosphate (ATP), cyclic guanosyl monophosphate (cGMP), phosphatidylcholine (PC) and lipid peroxide (LPO) content of cells were evaluated.
It is an intermediate in the synthesis of methionine, and methyl group donor, S adenosyl methionine.
6) Glutathione participates in the removal of the methyl and adenosyl ligands from these forms of cobalamin when they have been transported initially into the cells, in preparation for reformation of the amounts of them actually needed by the cells, and also acts to raise the affinity of CbIC for B12 more than 100-fold.
The adenosyl moiety of SAH is subsequently cleaved, and homocysteine is remethylated to methionine.