thiokinase

thi·o·ki·nase

(thī'ō-kī'nās),
Group term for enzymes that form acyl-CoA compounds from the corresponding fatty acids and CoA; the bond is through the sulfur atom of the CoA.

thiokinase

/thio·ki·nase/ (-ki´nās) any of the ligases that catalyze the formation of a thioester in a reaction coupled to cleavage of a high-energy phosphate bond.
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Succinic thiokinase had been obtained from Sigma-Aldrich (Dallas, TX, USA) and stockpiled as lyophilized powder.