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(ODC) is required for the first step of polyamine synthesis in which ornithine is decarboxylated to produce putrescine.
Sodium chloride plays a major role in microbial growth and therefore influences the activity of their amino acids decarboxylase
(Zaman et al., 2009).
Glutamic acid decarboxylase
auto-antibodies in controlled and uncontrolled epilepsy: a pilot study.
barkeri and other methanogenic archaea, the SH decarboxylase
AhbAB is composed of two protein subunits encoded by two distinct genes.
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Autoantibodies to glutamic acid decarboxylase
in a patient with stiff-man syndrome, epilepsy, and type I diabetes mellitus.
Following ICA and IAA, autoantibodies to glutamic acid decarboxylase
(GAD) were next discovered.
PanD encodes aspartate decarboxylase
, which is involved in synthesis of the amino acid beta-alanine, a precursor for pantothenate (which is vitamin B5) and co-enzyme A biosynthesis.
(6),(9) From these early steps, only the tyrosine/DOPA decarboxylase
(an aromatic L-amino acid decarboxylase
; TYDC), which converts tyrosine and DOPA to their corresponding amines, and the aminotransferase have been purified and characterized.