guanine deaminase


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guan·ine de·am·i·nase

[MIM*139260]
a deaminase of the liver that catalyzes hydrolysis of guanine into xanthine and ammonia; the first step in purine degradation.
Synonym(s): guanase, guanine aminase

gua·nine de·am·i·nase

(gwah'nēn dē-am'i-nās)
A deaminase of the liver that catalyzes the hydrolysis of guanine into xanthine and ammonia; the first step in purine degradation.
Synonym(s): guanase.
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One punA gene, one adenosine kinase gene, one APRT gene, two AMP deaminase genes, two IMP dehydrogenase genes, three GMP synthase genes, and two guanine deaminase genes were successfully cloned (Figure S3, Supporting Information), and the corresponding proteins expressed in E.
The punA, adenosine kinase, APRT, AMP deaminase, IMP dehydrogenase, GMP synthase, and guanine deaminase involved in the biosynthetic pathway for purine nucleotides were annotated in the H.

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