pyridoxal phosphate

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a form of vitamin B6.
pyridoxal phosphate a major coenzyme involved in amino acid metabolism.

pyridoxal phosphate

an enzyme that acts with pyridoxamine phosphate and transaminase to catalyze the reversible transfer of an amino group from an alpha-amino acid to an alpha-keto acid, especially alpha-ketoglutaric acid. Such processes are essential to metabolism.

pyridoxal, pyridoxaldehyde

a form of vitamin B6.

pyridoxal phosphate
PLP; a major coenzyme involved in amino acid metabolism.
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If liver disease was the cause of her AST increase, the only possible explanation could be that the AST method included supplemented pyridoxal phosphate and the ALT method did not.
A micromethod for determination of plasma pyridoxal phosphate and its use in assessment of storage stability of the vitamer.
To determine the specificity of the PLP enzymatic assay, apo-rHCYase was first incubated with pyridoxal phosphate, pyridoxal, pyridoxamine, and pyridoxine, each at a concentration of 100 nmol/L.
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A simplified method for determination of pyridoxal phosphate in biological samples.