phosphoamide

phos·pho·am·ide

(fŏs′fō-ăm′īd′)
n.
Any of the various amides of phosphoric acid and their salts or esters.
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In mammalian cells, the GTase, which is present together with RTase in a bifunctional protein, reacts with GTP to make a covalent GMP--enzyme complex by phosphoamide linkage to the [epsilon]-amino group of the lysine residue in the signature KXDG sequence.