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deaminase

[de′am·ə‚nās]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of amino compounds, removing the amino group.
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Adenosine deaminase called ADA by Spencer et al [5] is an enzyme of purine catabolism which catalyses the pathway from adenosine to inosine.
Adenosine deaminase levels (ADA) are used as marker of cell mediated immunity, especially the ADA levels are markers of T-lymphocyte activation.
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subtilis used in this study was already characterized as an ACC deaminase producer (MOREIRA & ARAUJO, 2013) and it may have contributed for better growth of maize plants under high salinity.
A genetic mutation causes a lack in the adenosine deaminase enzyme, which enables immune cells to fight infection.
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Although malignancy was important for differential diagnosis, ADA (adenosine deaminase) level was 62 (normal range: 0-30 U/L).